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Fred, beautiful pictures! Great to see familiar sights covered in snow, and to imagine the contrast from the sweltering conditions when we passed the same way in late August. Also nice to see that your crew of pilgrims hung together the whole way to Fisterre.


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Hello Fred,

I enjoy looking at other's pictures to see the differing conditions along the Way. Although it's the same scenery, the seasonal changes, the changing light, and the photographer's perspective, bring to one's attention things we may have missed. It's fun to see the coincidences while photographing the same subject, just take a look at my photo gallery at:

Thanks for sharing your pictures, they are beautiful indeed!

I started from Roncesvalles 3 weeks after you and had no snow but about 10 days of rain in varying degrees, from freezing pouring rain to a fine mist. But I'd do it over again without changing a bit!

Buen camino to all! :arrow:


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Wonderful Photos, Fred! Seeing it in a different season is just terriffic! It looks as though you and your friends had a wonderful time! We, too went to Fisterra, but just for the day by bus to see the beautiful sunset. Thanks for sharing them. Even though I don't know the people, they are Pilgrims, as are we all so we can relate. It's great!


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Beautil photos Fred, and of course the same to Lilliam.
I finished my second CAMINO............AFTER YOUR
My weather was very good. but I only walked from Cacabelos to Santiago.-
Now I´m walking my third Camino...from Roncesvalles to Estella at this moment.
Saludos, greetings from Pamplona

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