Camino de Santiago Pilgrims walk through beech woodland, Col de Bentartea Monumento al Encierro by Rafael Huerta, Pamplona Near Zariquiegui Hospital de Peregrinos, Estella Camino between Villamyor and Los Arcos Street scene, Logroño Logroño Catedral de Santo Domingo de Calzada Near Viloria de la Rioja Burgos Burgos Bollo preñao, Medieval market, Burgos The Meseta, between Hornillos del Camino and Hontanas Albergue En El Camino, Boadilla del Camino Canal de Castilla, near Frómista Sunrise near Carrión de los Condes Santa Catalina de Somoza Near Pradela Between As Rozas and Moutrás Plaza Conde Fenosa, Portomarín Near Ribadiso Museo de Pobo Galego, Santiago Praza Obradoiro, Santiago de Compostela Near Cée Related
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Hi Brett , It was a real pleasure to have met you last Saturday evening in Hamilton at the Camino meeting and listen to your tales of walking the Camino’ . I’m still deciding which camera to take with me after seeing your beautiful photos in your book , which you kindly let us browse through . It is only 46 days till I leave for Spain , so I am starting to get a little bit excited . Can’t wait to get away and get off this crazy merry-go-round and be able to slow down , enjoy the nature , meet new people and experience new things . Wishing you all the very best for further safe travels .
John Ashby .
Good to meet you too, John, as well as many other like-minded pilgrims. Thank you for your kind words about the photographs in my book. I’m looking forward to the release date. Whichever camera you decide to take with you on your Camino, I’m sure you’ll find many poignant moments and scenes to capture. Safe travels to yourself too … and buen camino. I look forward to hearing about your journey when you return, perhaps at the Hamilton St James gathering next year.