nteresting formations, colours and shades around sunset.
Started to get a bit cool around sunset, particularly down by the beach.
A few phone snaps taken from a rooftop in Málaga city around sunset while a huge fish was being loaded onto the BBQ.
A cloudless sky, so not absolutely ideal for sunset. Still great to watch the sun disappear below the horizon, though. Half a dozen other people were doing the same thing. Great minds, as they say, obviously.
A lot of people, maybe one hundred in total, gathered on the Balcón de Europa for the rise of the ‘supermoon’, but it went from cloudless skies to quite heavy cloud at the crucial time and disappointment was the result. And later it began to rain.
A quick phone snap of the sunset from the seventh floor terrace of an apartment in Málaga city.
A couple or three late evening rooftop shots. Capturing a sunset at the moment s not easy as the sun currently sets behind the Torrox hills and there are no clouds to add more colour. Same with the sunrise n a way, the sun comes up behind the hills rather than over the sea.
It is always nice on the Balcón de Europa in Nerja around sunset – weather permitting, of course – with calm seas and colourful skies, the odd musician serenading the visitors flocking to have their picture taken with King Alfonso.
This was just as the sun began to disappear from sight beneath the horizon, giving the area a nice glow.
This is the time of year when the sun and clouds combine to make interesting shapes, patterns and colours. Sunset over Torrecilla beach in Nerja on Monday evening was quite good, some nice reflections.