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|Date||December 07th 2017|
Sunsets are, for us, always a synonym of clear views.
When standing on a summit, with a clear horizon (geographically speaking) around you, there is always a chance to capture long distance sights when the sun is going down.
Just after it dissapears, and for only some minutes, special conditions on illumination and refraction allow for clearer views.
As in this case, a whole view of the main summits of Northern Spain unfolds on sunset.
Josep summarizes this view as follows: at sunrise, there was not only a clear view of the Pyrenees (from Andorra to Panticosa) but also Moncayo peak was visible, in the “Sistema Iberico”, at 218 km. away.
“A la puesta de sol, además de una visión del Pirineo que abarcaba desde las montañas de Andorra hasta los picos del Infierno en Panticosa, se veia la Sierra del Moncayo, en el Sistema Ibérico, a 218 kms de distancia.”