Just browsing Google Street View for my own trip in Spain starting in a week and wouldn't you know it, the Street View pictures from Google are littered with pilgrims. Here is an example (dated August 2017). I wonder how many of us can find ourselves en camino?
I do not remember which Camino and where, but once while walking outside of one of the towns the Google street view camera car passed by me and I gave a wave. So I suppose I am out there somewhere in the cloud lol.
Streetview has been a great resource for wasting time during lockdown. A friend recommended revisiting old holiday destinations, and I now usually look up settings for novels: I spent a very happy few hours exploring North Carolina recently after reading Where the Crawdads Sing.
Now I'm going to revisit some camino places, instead of getting on with other things I ought to be doing!
Just browsing Google Street View for my own trip in Spain starting in a week and wouldn't you know it, the Street View pictures from Google are littered with pilgrims. Here is an example (dated August 2017). I wonder how many of us can find ourselves en camino? View attachment 104987
This isn't quite what you are looking for but here is a story. I have flower beds scattered around my front yard (I live at the end of dead end street). I arranged with my neighbor for him to mow the lawn on our three month trip to Spain but, since he didn't know plants, I told him that he shouldn't weed. We come back from our trip and there is a forest of thick stemmed weeds taller than me there. On full day one I pull out the half closest to the house. On day two I do an errand and as I pull into the driveway I tell myself that I should pull the ones toward the street but I spend a few minutes in the house first. A van comes down the street and this is rare so I look out. It is Apple's version of the Google Street View van. It also got a view of my older neighbor coming out shirtless from his house to see what was going on.
Sorry, even if I could post a shot I wouldn't and won't.