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Please. . Consider identifying a picture location when posting pictures to the Media section.

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Not really a 'serious' issue at all. But I would love to know where the location is for a posted picture in the Media section, beyond the camino route on which they were taken.

Does anyone else feel the same?
 

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Good idea, Dave! I feel the same, just never thought to ask...I'm glad you did.
 
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Not really a 'serious' issue at all. But I would love to know where the location is for a posted picture in the Media section, beyond the camino route on which they were taken.

Does anyone else feel the same?
I agree!!!
 

Derek Booth

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Camino Frances March 2019
This one too,,,,,,,,😉
I'm going to go out on a limb here but I've got a feeling that the table is on the plateau after climbing out of Villafranca Montes de Oca on the way (in my case) to Ages.

I recall that after climbing alongside the Alto de la Pedraja I walked through a wooded area with what had the appearance of an Aussie outback unsurfaced road. It even had what appeared to be 'Distance Markers. I had already walked past a monument commemorating an atrocity performed during the Spanish Civil War.

Towards the end of the day and before reaching San Juan de Ortega I have a memory of having a rest at that table (and others like it) I was in the company,of an American couple who were originally from Denver. They were, (excuse spelling) Sean (shawn) and Gina (Geena)

Other than that, can't remember much, (Not bad for a wrinkly) but the Camino did have a wonderful effect on me.
 
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alexwalker

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(2015): Astorga-SdC
(2016) May Pamplona-Moratinos; Sept.:Burgos-SdC
(2016): August/Sept: Camino San Olav (Burgos-Covarubbias), Burgos-Sarria
(2017): May: Portuguese; Sept: Pamplona-SdC
Not really a 'serious' issue at all. But I would love to know where the location is for a posted picture in the Media section, beyond the camino route on which they were taken.

Does anyone else feel the same?
I feel VERY much the same, Dave. I find it very inconsiderate to post a picture and not telling where it is. Very inconsiderate, indeed.
 

lovingkindness

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I feel VERY much the same, Dave. I find it very inconsiderate to post a picture and not telling where it is. Very inconsiderate, indeed.
Inconsiderate? Hmmm, I don't know. Things can vanish on the forum, even the labels on a photo. In 2013 when the forum went through a series of upgrades thousands of photos lost their captions never to return. Perhaps people are labeling photos but the deleting-robot-thingys are still at work...
 
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JohnMcM

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Some, and with luck, some more.
I'm going to go out on a limb here but I've got a feeling that the table is on the plateau after climbing out of Villafranca Montes de Oca on the way (in my case) to Ages.

I recall that after climbing alongside the Alto de la Pedraja I walked through a wooded area with what had the appearance of an Aussie outback unsurfaced road. It even had what appeared to be 'Distance Markers. I had already walked past a monument commemorating an atrocity performed during the Spanish Civil War.

Towards the end of the day and before reaching San Juan de Ortega I have a memory of having a rest at that table (and others like it) I was in the company,of an American couple who were originally from Denver. They were, (excuse spelling) Sean (shawn) and Gina (Geena)

Other than that, can't remember much, (Not bad for a wrinkly) but the Camino did have a wonderful effect on me.
I expect there are many tables on Camino routes like the ones you and I found. I came across that particular table on the Camino Primitvo in 2015. It was tucked away under some shrubs on the way from Ferreira to Melide.
 

Derek Booth

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Camino Frances March 2019
Perhaps there's a serial peripatetic Painter and Decorator about.

He/She goes out on the Camino's to add even more colour to our lives.😁
 


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