Sunset Sunday-Spain’s Sierra Cabrera Sunset Sky

I met Paul through an interview regarding my career change and we discussed the power of a sunset and the Sunset Sunday Series. He agreed to share one from his collection from Andalucia, Spain and the Sierra Cabrera mountains; I am glad he did.

sunset in the south of spain, in the sierra cabrera mountains of anadlucia

Outside my front door in the south of Spain sunsets like this are a reasonably regular occurrence when there are a few wisps of clouds in the sky. They are familiar yet always different. As the sun dips behind the Sierra Cabrera mountain range it looks like someone is shooting liquid fire across the sky. Without a doubt these sunsets are among the most beautiful sights I have ever seen. However, sometimes they can be a bit of a pain in the ‘you-know-where’. I work from home and they stop me in my tracks. I have to down tools and observe. I will often sit on my porch staring in awe, sighing loudly, and letting my imagination drift off into uncharted territory.

-Paul Arnold

Paul Arnold is a former BBC producer and director. He emigrated from his native UK for a new life in Spain where he writes for publications and companies in Europe and North America you can find his article about my career change on JobGen here.

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  • Mary J. McCoy-Dressel

    Now that’s what I’m talking about. Beautiful shot, Paul. I can see where this would be distracting! Thanks for sharing with us, Craig.

    • craig zabransky

      Mary, I agree, the sunset is always a welcome “distraction.” It is the times I (we) stop and watch in wonder that I am (we are) truly alive and in the moment… thanks for commenting. stay adventurous, Craig

    • Paul

      Thanks very much Mary. The sunsets are so spectacular all I have to do is click a button; nature does all the work!

  • Anita Mac

    Gorgeous…fiery and stunning…love sunset Sundays!

    • craig zabransky

      Thanks Anita, and yes, this sky is on fire…. stay adventurous, Craig