The Lost Photos of Spain

Sarria To Portomarin. The first one is the Camino path through Sarria, early morning.

Camino path crosses a train track, with a motorway overhead. X

These Camino markers were erected to let walkers know how much further they had to go before reaching Santiago. The brass kilometer markers on most of them have been vandalized, unfortunately, but the graffiti on this one was a message I was glad to see.

Two photos of grain storage structures. They are everywhere in Galicia. All are built about six feet off the ground. Some are ancient, others seem new. Still used for agricultural purposes in places. Some of them must be more decorative than agriculturally useful, but we did see a woman on a ladder, filling one with ears of dried corn.

First view of Portomarin.

Fingers crossed that these go through.

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