I was taken with how the setting sun shocked a small cluster of buildings as the mountains behind brushed up against a cloudy roof.
Looking across the bay where we tried to locate the spot where we had been sunbathing until two hours earlier. Mostly young lovers and local Spanish vacationers were on hand for the sunset on Mt Urgull, (really a large hill) which constantly taunted me to climb its woodsy paths to its summit.
We were the only foreign tourists there, which is how we felt most of the time in San Sebastian.
Starving, we realized we had to get back down to edge into position at the tapas bars before they swelled with locals picking off the best fare...