Pyreneean Sunset

On our penultimate evening in Spain, a fellow sketcher and I prepared dinner for the oven, then walked up the hill a couple of hundred metres to find a view to paint. It was about 8pm, the sun was setting in an unshowy, discreet fashion, and the layers upon layers of distant mountains were settling into purples.

Pyrenees sunset watercolour

We hurried to get the image down, as the light changed and the temperature dropped, completely focused on the colours and shapes. So much so that we didn’t hear my husband searching for us to ask if the dinner should actually be in the oven… He kindly used his common sense, and so everyone was able to enjoy their food, albeit on very relaxed Spanish schedule.

 

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11 thoughts on “Pyreneean Sunset

    • Yes, painting on an empty stomach gives you an extra incentive to just get on with it and stop procrastinating! I’m really glad that you especially liked the purples Sharon. Thank you. πŸ™‚

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