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The Camino is a place people go to walk hundreds of miles for personal, spiritual and countless other reasons like artistic inspiration. Today we have inspired with Michael George’s photos. A trip through his photos to discover the Camino and all their personal stories.

The america photographer, left New York with a 14-pound backpack for a long walk on the Camino de Santiago in 2012. He documented his second journey in 2013 in the recently-released photo project ‘Portrait of a Pilgrim.’

Some of his art :


Finisterre, the end of the world by Michael George. Finisterre sunset, incomparable. Read more..


All the Caminos pathways lead to the Cathedral. Read more about it


Pilgrims exiting the albergue in Roncesvalles by Michael George. Keep reading the article “Counting Sheep in Roncesvalles, pilgrims beware

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By bye bag at Finisterre. Read about Why do people walk to Finisterre and Muxia?


Relaxing time after the walking day. Check out “Your body will thank you later”


Dominique, a Basque shepherd in the Pyrenees by Michael George. Article about Roncesvalles “Counting Sheep in Roncevalles, pilgrims beware”


Early morning in Portomarin


Walking the Camino with or with out shoes. Read more…


Be safe at Puente de la Reina. More info…


The singing nuns of Carrion de Los Condes – article


Boots in the courtyard of the Abbey-Church in Conques


A collection of postcards sent to Jeanine, a resident who lives along the route.


Outside Leon. Check out in our blog What to do in Leon city.

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Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/brooklyn/brooklyn-photographer-walks-1-000-miles-european-pilgrimage-article-1.1770107#ixzz32HTJiuox