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Caligal

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I was watching a video someone posted, my computer shut down and now I can’t find it again☹ Maybe someone can help me find it again. It was the Frances each day was approx. 10 minutes long, started with google earth blue lining the stage, then favorite photos of the day, followed by 10 minute video of the walk. No audio except for light music in background. Any ideas? Thanks Dee
 

davebugg

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Camino Frances (2017)
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Camino Ingles (2019)
I was watching a video someone posted, my computer shut down and now I can’t find it again☹ Maybe someone can help me find it again. It was the Frances each day was approx. 10 minutes long, started with google earth blue lining the stage, then favorite photos of the day, followed by 10 minute video of the walk. No audio except for light music in background. Any ideas? Thanks Dee
It sounds a lot like John Sikora's video series
 

davebugg

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Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2017)
Camino Frances (2018)
Camino Ingles (2019)
Yes thats the one! Thank you davebugg! You have provided me with many useful posts and links. You are a wealth of Camino knowledge. Dee
I just happen to have a special interest in John's YouTube videos; he edited and included my video of the SJPdP to Roncesvalles walk over the Napoleon route as a part of his wonderful series on the Camino Frances. :)
 

lt56ny

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CF2012,Le Puy/CF 2015 Portugues 2017 Norte 2018, CF 2019
If I may add to the conversation regarding Camino videos. A different type of video that is not as prevalent on YouTube is called Looking for Infinity; El Camino. It focus is on why we walk. I have noticed an interesting take regarding people's "spiritual" understanding (for lack of a better term). Many years ago I went to a screening that was presented by the producers of Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago. I was struck then as I was after watching Looking for Infinity on the opinions and feelings of Spanish people who walked compared to others. In the first film, although they focused on the struggles, happiness and stories of individual Pilgrims, the part I found most interesting were the thoughts of local Spaniards who lived (if I remember correctly) lived on or near or were members of the Catholic Church who were spiritually and I dare say emotionally attached to the Camino. In both instances, the thoughts of the Spanish people often resonated with me more than people from other countries. I sometimes think that many Spaniards must have a slightly different or even deeper connection with the meaning of a Camino than many of us from other countries. I have no idea whether this is true or not. It just rings true for me.
Once again I highly recommend Infinity: El Camino. Check it out on YouTube.
 

Caligal

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
CF April 4- May 12, 2018
CP April 2019
If I may add to the conversation regarding Camino videos. A different type of video that is not as prevalent on YouTube is called Looking for Infinity; El Camino. It focus is on why we walk. I have noticed an interesting take regarding people's "spiritual" understanding (for lack of a better term). Many years ago I went to a screening that was presented by the producers of Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago. I was struck then as I was after watching Looking for Infinity on the opinions and feelings of Spanish people who walked compared to others. In the first film, although they focused on the struggles, happiness and stories of individual Pilgrims, the part I found most interesting were the thoughts of local Spaniards who lived (if I remember correctly) lived on or near or were members of the Catholic Church who were spiritually and I dare say emotionally attached to the Camino. In both instances, the thoughts of the Spanish people often resonated with me more than people from other countries. I sometimes think that many Spaniards must have a slightly different or even deeper connection with the meaning of a Camino than many of us from other countries. I have no idea whether this is true or not. It just rings true for me.
Once again I highly recommend Infinity: El Camino. Check it out on YouTube.
Thank you I will definitly check it out. One special moment of my Camino last spring was meeting a lovely Spanish woman who was explaining the Camino and that I was a pilgrim to her young daughter you could see the pride on her face and hear the love in her voice💜 as I walked away i heard a very small “Buen Camino” so yes i would have to agree many Spaniards do have a special connection to the Camino. Dee
 

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