A Visual Journal
The Camino de Santiago (the Way of Saint James) is a network of historic pilgrimage routes each leading to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. In the late fall of 2012, my wife and I walked the full 926 kilometre length of the Camino Francés, the most popular of the pilgrimage routes. This included the extension to Spain’s western shores at Finisterre and, even further, to Muxia.
This gallery contains all the photographs shown in my day-by-day series of WalkClickMake blog posts, Walking the Camino de Santiago, A Photo Essay. Photos will be added to this gallery as each new blog post is published, so be sure to return from time-to-time.
This is also the place to purchase prints of the photos you see here or in my blog posts. Simply click the Select button at the top of this page, select the pictures you would like to purchase and click the Buy button to select print sizes and add them to your shopping cart. From here, the process allows you to adjust image cropping (“Fit” is recommended) and securely pay using a credit card or PayPal.