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  1. smurr

    where to start a 21 day camino

    I have three weeks to walk Camino Santiago in june/july. Any suggestions of where to start? I’m wanting to meet people, enjoy great scenery, but would prefer to skip challenging downhill because of knee issues. Also would love to see some great art any towns with art walks?
  2. Camino Illustration 1 - Estella

    Camino Illustration 1 - Estella

    I walked the Camino Frances in May this year (2017). Upon returning home I've been creating a few digital illustrations based on sketches from my walk. This is #1 - Estella. I hope you like it.
  3. Rebecca Jane Johnston

    Painting on the Camino

    Hi everyone, Thought I'd mention this for anyone who might be interested or have some advice for me. In Sept/Oct last year I completed my first Camino on the French way and documented my travels in a little watercolour journal. Had a great response from everyone that saw it and it got me...
  4. Camino - Art

    Camino - Art

    Last year I entered a photograph that i'd taken on my 2013 Camino into the national Open Art competition here in the UK. Amazingly enough I was shortlisted (from over 3200 entries) to 500 then after that was chosen as one of the 160 finalists and my photo was exhibited the NOA exhibition in London!
  5. stevelm1

    My Camino Frances Adventure in Video

    Hi everyone. I walked the Camino Frances in Sep to Oct of 2015. On that walk I took over 8500 photographs and more than an hour of video. Over the last four months I have turned all that into a series of videos. There are 12 videos in all, with the first ten covering my journey from Pamplona...
  6. minaleigh

    Good Historical Sites?

    Hey all! My friend and I are starting El Camino towards the end of May and walking through June. I was wondering if anyone could suggest museums, churches, ruins, and other historical sites to visit on Camino Frances? And it doesn't have to be museums in the traditional sense, as even simple...
  7. S

    Brian Sewell (1931-2015), art critic and peregrino

    I'm sure I am not the only peregrino to be saddened by the news of the passing of English art critic Brian Sewell, scourge of contemporary "art" and past participant of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela. Not so long ago, I contributed a thread talking about camino consciousness, when and how...
  8. La Tortuga

    A Fool's Journey- My Camino experience in paintings and stories

    In the spring of 2013, Cecelia and I walked 1200km. in 3 months. We started in Le Puy and ended in Finnesterre. In March of 2015 I had an art show of my paintings and Cecelia's stories. If anyone is interested you can see it by clicking this link...

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