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  1. jostony

    Comment by 'jostony' in media 'Camino Norte to Santander'

    Great curved perspective
  2. jostony

    Comment by 'jostony' in media 'Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port'

    Love the light
  3. jostony

    Comment by 'jostony' in media 'Cruz de Ferro'

    Wonderful
  4. jostony

    Comment by 'jostony' in media 'Road to Castrojeriz'

    Fabulous sky
  5. jostony

    Comment by 'jostony' in media 'Leon'

    Fabulous clouds & light
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    2019, May 23 - Primitivo - walk from Tineo to Campiello
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    2019, May 22 - Primitivo - walk from Salas to Tineo
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    2019, May 21 - Camino Primitivo - Salas
  9. jostony

    A 'One Word' Why?

    Peace
  10. jostony

    A 'One Word' Why?

  11. jostony

    Stay at Hondarrabia or Irun

    Thank you
  12. jostony

    Stay at Hondarrabia or Irun

    That's very helpful, thanks
  13. jostony

    Stay at Hondarrabia or Irun

    Thanks for your prompt helpful reply. It does look like pressing on to Irun adds unnecessary Km. Also I am travelling with my wife and our Camino will be a mini holiday too, taking a few days rest in San Sebastian and with day rest at end too as we fly back on 3 Sep. Almost certainly we will...
  14. jostony

    Stay at Hondarrabia or Irun

    I am flying to Biarritz on 24 Aug to walk part of camino del Norte. I will start Camino in Saint-Jean-de-Luz on 25 Aug and take coastal route to Spain and cross estuary to Hondarribia. My question is it better to stay in Hondarribia and continue the Camino from there the next day or walk on and...
  15. jostony

    Question for DSLR users

    As my DSLR is so heavy I wisely decided against taking it on any of my caminos. The best investment I made was buying a Sony RX100m4. Great weight and superb photos. I carry in in a pouch with shoulder strap across chest, so easy access.
  16. jostony

    Comment by 'jostony' in media 'San Millán de la Cogolla 4'

    Excellent framing and light
  17. jostony

    Comment by 'jostony' in media 'AltoDelPerdon.jpg'

    Wonderful photo
  18. jostony

    Sciatica

    I am in sixth week and things are improving. At least I can now walk without having to stop in agony and bend forward. It's going to be slow
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