I am always thankful for the most beautiful sunsets we have here, east of Málaga. They always seem particularly spectacular at this time of year, too. Doesn’t this one look pretty, reflected in the swimming pool?
As Oprah Winfrey once said, “Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more.
If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.”
This post is my response to the WordPress Photo Challenge: THANKFUL and this week´s Travel Theme: LIQUID
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What a stunning photograph! Thanks for sharing!
You’re welcome, Naomi.
Beautiful sunset pix and a great quote in spite of the fact that I’m not a super Oprah fan, this was very cool.
No. I’m not an Oprah fan either – but this makes sense to me 🙂
Incredible image!! So so beautiful!
I love sunrises and sunsets – what a gift!
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Absolutely beautiful! 🙂
Thanks Dianne 🙂
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Thank yo Elizabeth 🙂
This is medicine for those of us living a little farther north! Today we’re having a month’s worth of rain in one day, so I’m loving this little escape 🙂
AAwwwww are you? Then I am even more glad to share a little piece of my Paradise with you.
Hope you soon dry up. 🙂
What an incredible photo!
We are so lucky living where we do, aren’t we Serena?
Wow… that’s an amazing photo! (And Oprah is 100% correct! 🙂 )
Yes, the Law of Attraction is a wonderful thing, isn’t it, Richard?
Thanks for stopping by!
I’ve been AWOL in the blogging world and am spending some time catching up on my favourite blogs. The photograph and the sentiment are both beautiful. I couldn’t agree more.
I’ve missed seeing you around, Sally – TRW always comes first, of course.
Hope you can find some comfort and joy through the words and photograph.
What a breathtaking photo! Nicely done.
Glad you liked it, Katie.
Nice of you to take the trouble to let me know. Much appreciated.
Simple and exquisite sunset and thankfulness post.
Thanks Ella Dee. Sure beats the thunder and rain in Sydney this afternoon!
The thunder & rain is better than Sunday’s heat & humidity… Over the Winter and now with an aircon apartment I’ve become unacclimatised it seems… You’re in Sydney? If you are in the Easterns suburns look out for the sunrises…
It was such a beautiful sunset Livvy, I just had to share it.
Thanks for all the shares, Marianne.
You’re welcome my friend.
Yes its fantastic!
Just love to be sat there with a Margarita!
Hang on – I’ll pour you one!
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Wonderful shot and great two in one challenge choice !
Glad you enjoyed it, Max.
Thanks for viewing and taking the trouble to comment. Much appreciated.
What a beautiful picture! You do justice to the beauty of the sunset, Marianne!!! 🙂
I appreciate you saying so. Thanks
Beautiful sunset, Marianne. The reflection is amazing. 🙂
It truly was, Sylvia 🙂
I can never resist a good sunset.
No, me neither! I have hundreds of them in my photo files! lol
Beautiful -I do miss the amazing sunsets in Andalucia at this time of year!
But you’ll be back in a while, won’t you, Tanya?
A week or so!
Well it certainly worked for Oprah, I think i’ll have to try that……nice piccy 🙂
It sure did! Yes, give it a try.
Thanks Roy 🙂
I’d be thankful if I had a swimming pool 😀
Believe me – I am (especially on very hot summer evenings before I jump into bed)!
That sky is ablaze. Nice capture.
I really appreciate your comment – the sky really looked like it was on fire.
Your skies could give the Arizona desert skies a run for their money.
I love that quote, and firmly believe it. The law of attraction. Though it’s hard sometimes.
I’d never seen such gorgeous sunsets until I moved here……and there must have been some on the Fylde Coast, no? Yet coming out of the museum in Greenwich a couple of weeks back, there was an absolutely stunning sky, with a thousand shades of reds and pinks and purples. Perhaps living here has just heightened my awareness? Made me slow down to appreciate them, or something like that? Thanks for sharing yours. It is breathtaking :=)
It IS hard sometimes to believe the Law of Attraction, but at least if you always try to appreciate what you have, it’s a start. 🙂
I think you’re right Linda – there are some lovely sunsets on the Fylde coast but I think we appreciate and savour them more nowadays.
Stunning scene 🙂
Stunning sunset and great quote. Thank YOU.
Glad you liked it Lizzie – you’re welcome.
Isn’t it just?
Lovely to hear from you, Christine.