Camino de Santiago, 2011 (part 3)

Burgos city gate

Gate to Burgos's old town

 

 

burgos cathedral at night

Burgos's cathedral by night

 

 

burgos cathedral by morning

Burgos's cathedral in the early morning (view from the city's pilgrim refuge)

 

 

sky and field

The Spanish meseta in all its open glory

 

 

country road

Country road on the Camino de Santiago

 

 

san anton

We slept in the ruins of San Antón, a medieval church used to quarantine and treat a particularly aggressive form of leprecy known as "San Antón's Fire"

 

 

fuerte subida

Castilian landscape on the Camino de Santiago

 

 

tractor, wheat and trees

Typical scene along the middle stretches of the Camino

 

 

calzada romana

Roman footpath along the Camino

 

 

sunrise foncebadon

Sunrise at Foncébadon

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~ by lincolnbrody on August 16, 2011.

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