The “I” Memories – walking down the memory Camino Lane

Ironwork

Ironwork

While I walked through all the villages and towns, I found it particularly interesting to really look at the differences from my home country. Needless to say, coming from Canada, our country is very young compared to the countries in Europe.

I do find there is a “look and feel” about Spain. In particular, I really like the unique signage like the one in the picture. It adds such character to the location, and there is no shortage of unique ironwork.

I chose to make this photo in black and white so the colours wouldn’t distract from the signage.

Interesting art

Interesting art

As well as ironwork, there was so much interesting art everywhere and this wall was a good example of painted ceramic tiles. The center one reminded me of Don Quijote de la Mancha, but I forgot to take any notation that might have been on the wall itself, therefore this is all speculation on my part.

Inviting entrance

Inviting entrance

 

What an inviting entrance with its blue door and beautiful flowers. So many times I found myself taking endless pictures of doorways, entrance ways and window sills.

Seeing so many flowers as part of the house was refreshing and so colourful. I really enjoyed discovering what was in store in the villages we traversed each day.

Cheers from my virtual Camino tour!

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2 thoughts on “The “I” Memories – walking down the memory Camino Lane

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