Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – September 8, 2013
Nathan Mizrachi, a Sephardic Jew, has created a blog (Life Is a Camino) that follows his walk along the Camino de Santiago. Both his photographs and his reflections on his journey are well worth the visit.
A literary sampling:
Let’s start from the beginning here: I am a Sephardic Jew. My father’s grandparents spoke Ladino, the Spanish-Hebrew patois of Jews who lived in Spain until the Inquisition. From a purely genealogical perspective, maybe I was always fascinated with Spain because hundreds of years ago my great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandparents were doing business, studying Talmud, and trying their best to coexist with their Moorish/Christian (depending on the time and place) overlords and neighbors somewhere in the Iberian peninsula. Walking the Camino de Santiago is one way–albeit not a Jewish way–of making a homecoming appearance.
A photographic sampling:
Each week adamnathan.com features an image or piece of writing that captures something special about the Camino de Santiago. If you have a photograph, video, artwork or Camino-related writing that you’d like to share, please submit it to @caminophotoofwk on twitter or firstname.lastname@example.org along with your contact information and a few words about the submission