I'll oblige. But since I really like how there is such a large variety of postings on this thread I'm going to put a little twist on this request.Let there be flowers of Camino today.
I'm seeing this picture and some others as a thumbnail surrounded by a light gray frame with the image name, size and number of views. How is this done? I've only seen ways to attach a picture as a plain thumbnail or in full.In light of recent events this photo might also have political message...
(Camino de Levante, 2015 )
You just attach the photo and post itI'm seeing this picture and some others as a thumbnail surrounded by a light gray frame with the image name, size and number of views. How is this done? I've only seen ways to attach a picture as a plain thumbnail or in full.
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An exception to the "one picture per day" rule here, as reaching Cruz de Ferro was a rather interesting moment on my Camino.
Arriving at Cruz de Ferro had been an odd experience for me - I had felt none of the spiritual uplift and release that I might have anticipated and I was actually even a little disappointed. It just didn't resonate at all.
But then I saw the sun was rising over our shoulders and we were treated to yet another stunning dawn.
At that point, I suddenly noticed a Camino friend I hadn't seen since he'd fallen into my arms with a terrible allergic reaction at the Spanish Civil War memorial above Villafranca Montes de Oca a couple of weeks back.
I hadn't seen him since, but I'd heard from other friends that he had recovered and was walking again.
Here, at Cruz de Ferro, we met again. That made the place special for me.
That's on my 'to do' list!Camino del Norte- 30th, May, 2018 Soto de Luina to Cadavedo via the mountain route. These photos were taken one after the other at 1pm, & 1.10pm, the second after we had gone through the gate to the right of the camino sign. We saw no other pilgrims this day, the other pilgrims must have taken the Ballotas (coastal) route. We had magnificent views from the mountain route. The two routes are about the same distance. About half an hour after the second photo the rain started and got heavier all the way into Cadavedo, which we didn't reach till 16.30hrs.
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I have been unable to view those types on my Android, Rick.I'm seeing this picture and some others as a thumbnail surrounded by a light gray frame with the image name, size and number of views. How is this done? I've only seen ways to attach a picture as a plain thumbnail or in full.
Today is the day I was going to start showing a number of pictures of that church taken on my last day of the Camino Aragonese. I didn't intend to show my first view of it but your sunny summer picture coming from one direction calls for one in a different season with different weather and from a different direction.Camino Frances- 27th, August, 2014 just after 8am, unfortunately too early to visit this beautiful Templar Church at Eunate. Had hoped to visit it properly this year but that will have to wait until next year! Hopefully!!
I've never had a problem with those on my Pixel Android phones Chris. I usually use the Chrome browser to view the forum (so linked Spanish articles are easily translated). I have two other browsers and I'll check them out when I look at the problem described below.I have been unable to view those types on my Android, Rick.
Well, then I looked a few minutes later and those pictures all showed up... A virtual camino miracle!On my Pixel it works with the Chrome, Firefox and Brave browsers. Expanding a thumbnail does not work though unless you are logged in. You get a prompt to log in instead.
I think I know what was going on. It's too technical for me to punish myself writing an explanation other than to say I think it was a glitch that could happen from time to time and not a serious problem. It is also likely to have affected viewers in a limited geographical area and that is why only we two have mentioned the problem.Well, I was logged in, but w
Well, then I looked a few minutes later and those pictures all showed up... A virtual camino miracle!
I am happily remembering how kindly they took us in, despite our pilgrim vibe. And the delicious food. Seeing the menu makes me want to go there all over again.Resto Tartan in Miranda de Ebro. Fusion and veggies!
Right past this place:Guess where this is?
There is something magical about being under dark rain clouds while still walking in the sunshine.