Camino Frances Train Station at Dax St Jean Pied de Port in the valley Hill fog in the Pyrenees Misty high altitude trees The path varies constantly. Smooth sailing? Puente la Reina Alto del Perdon The Way Painter de la Grajera, Logrono Burgos Cathedral Burgos Cathedral II Museum of Evolution, Burgos Streets of Manero Cloisters at Burgos The way to Hornillos del Camino Bodega -wine cellar A village condo The stained glass of of Leon Cathedral Statue at Leon Cathedral Peppers at the market at Leon Sunrise at Fonfria Knight’s Templar Palace, Ponferrada Rough roads Elevated bridges at Herrerias Fall arriving in Spain Monasterio de Samos Eucalyptus Trees Forest near Fromista On the way to Boadilla Red tiled roofs Early morning mist Mysterious passages Ghostly cemeteries. Pilgrims at Mont del Gozo Obradoiro Cathedral University of Santiago Petroglyphs at Teleno Petroglyphs at Teleno II Waterfront in FInisterre Camino Mile marker 0.0 at Finist Sunset in Santiago Grape vines Share this:EmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Looks wonderful ! I understand that you are now a confirmed Point & Shooter ?????
Thanks Russ. I am still on the learning curve with my P&S and really missed my big camera. Walked 810km and there was no way that the beast was going to walk with me. Best to you.
great photos !! I start my Camino April 18 … can’t wait ! (even though I am old, fat and unfit).. I’m sure it will go swimmingly !! 🙂
Indeed you will! And I will be watching your posts. When I did this last fall, I was 70, overweight…a little, and have reduced range of motion and rods and screws in my left foot. Had no idea whether the Camino would be my “Wall”. Ample supplies of beer and chips in addition to perseverance and great walking companions made all the difference. 810k later I made it! Buen Camino!