Category Archives: Camino Photo of the Week

Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – April 28, 2013

In this 2010 Spanish film two ghosts tired of living in limbo decide to walk the Camino. The money quote: There are no pretences about the fact that this particular pilgrimage will be performed by two men wearing white sheets with stickers for eyes. What’s not to love? More information on the film here. * April […]

Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – April 21, 2013

French itinerant painter and writer Patrick Jager is the author of numerous published collections of watercolors, created on long treks. He’s travelled to Nepal, Iran, Afghanistan, Turkey, Thailand and Malaysia. Generally headed to points East, he turned to the West and walked the Camino. For several more images look here. To buy his collection, go […]

Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – April 14, 2013

When I first travelled to England with my wife to meet her family, we spent several weeks driving around the countryside. I pulled the car over about every ten minutes to take picture of sheep. I have the photos to prove it. But none of them are as good a picture as this one. Pierre […]

Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – April 7, 2013

Abandoned boots litter the Camino like 18-wheeler truck rubber on the highway roadside – but they aren’t usually so cleverly  left behind. Some great images from Izzy Hudgins walk here. * March 31, 2013 Photo of the Week  Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week Archive Twitter: @caminophotoofwk Each week adamnathan.com features an image or […]

Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – March 31, 2013

There are cairns the entire length of the journey. Usually they pop up along the side of the route or at crossroads. Small sprigs of flowers are placed near them, pictures of loved ones, random objects. They start to become a barely noticed part of the journey. But there are places along the way where […]

Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – March 24, 2013

Something different this week. I’m including a guest essay and posting from Jane Blanchard who has a terrific book out right now, Women of the Way Embracing the Camino. Jane’s become a friend and fellow traveler on the journey to sharing our Camino experiences. She also has a helpful blog on the challenge of getting […]

Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – March 17, 2013

Provocative questions are a big part of the Camino experience — and not just the ones that come up over dinner. Many of them push on a question that can be very difficult to answer: why are you doing this and what do you expect to happen when you arrive at the end? The closer […]

Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – March 3, 2013

In November I featured an image from Sherry Ott that showed one of the uglier sides of the Camino. This week I’ve pulled a crisp, clean pilgrim’s passport and stamp from her collection. * February 24, 2013’s Photo of the Week Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week Archive Each week adamnathan.com features an image […]

Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – February 24, 2013

Another great shot from Mark Teiwes’ series of Camino photographs. We previously featured a photograph of his here. * February 17, 2013’s Photo of the Week Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week Archive Each week adamnathan.com features an image or piece of writing that captures something special about the Camino de Santiago. If you […]

Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – February 17, 2013

Just when you think you’ve seen and read everything about the Camino department. Erotic romance and adventure author Simone Sinna has published this lusty potboiler available on Amazon.com. Exposé takes place on the Camino de Santiago: “The second of three novels in the Stephanie Beauman series takes the investigative journalist from New York, where she […]

Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – February 10, 2013

I came across this delightful photograph on the Camino blog of Michelle Lara. Michelle’s photos and charming personal account give a wonderful feel for the walk and the people you meet. There’s a turkey you won’t want to meet, an opinionated man from Portugal, a chicken crossing the road, a newborn calf, some foot pain, […]

Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – February 3, 2013

“Only what is forgotten dies.” Taken by Xabier Arribas. His Flickr photostream here. Fantastic photo of a Camino walker in the fog here. * <– Previous Photo of the Week Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week Archive * Each week adamnathan.com features an image or piece of writing that captures something special about the […]

Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – January 27, 2013

When you just don’t feel like walking and you only have 2:39 minutes to spare. * <– Previous Photo of the Week Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week Archive * If you’ve enjoyed this post, please consider sharing on Facebook or twitter. Each week adamnathan.com features an image or piece of writing that captures […]

Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – January 20, 2013

These candies were left for pilgrims in a picnic area in France just outside of Moissac. Camino-(in)spirations, a site that recounts an Australian woman’s 2008 80 day Camino has a collection of great photos and reflections on her experience. Seeing them brought a smile to my face. “It was a simple life in which I noticed […]

Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week – January 13, 2013

This shot of two horses in the Pyrenees is featured in the collection of Estaban Garcia Alonso, one of my favorite collections of pilgrimage-related photography I’ve found to date. * <– Previous Photo of the Week Camino de Santiago Photo of the Week Archive * If you’ve enjoyed this post, please consider sharing on Facebook […]