The Camino pilgrimage took a group of fifteen strangers through the countryside of northern Spain from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela. The 100+ kilometer journey was one set with intention, regular reflection and the change to step out of the daily routine and be on God’s time with thousands of other pilgrims from around the world. While there are dozens of routes to take, with all different starting points, the Camino ends at the same point – the cathedral at Santiago de Compostela. Here are a few photo galleries from the journey that marked a very life-changing, and life-giving experience.
Palas de Rei
Arzua & O Pedrouzo
Santiago de Compostela
Graces of the Journey
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3 thoughts on “Gorc Meets the El Camino Pilgrimage | Photo Gallery”
Very awesome, Matt. Amazing to see a friend take this journey. I’ve been drawn to it ever since I saw the film “The Way.” Hope it was as fulfilling as the photos are beautiful.
It was an incredible journey – and still trying to find the words to describe it, while also still letting things sink in. It was unlike anything I’ve ever experienced before (and I totally need to watch the movie still!).
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