El Camino de Santiago / Weekly Photo Challenge

Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual POV

Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual POV

From above — In Arzua, Spain along El Camino de Santiago, pilgrims await entrance into the albergue (pilgrim’s hostel). This particular albergue was one of the only albergues that had a balcony opening up to the city streets, which offered a great viewing and people watching point. This photo is  part of the Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual POV.

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12 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual POV

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  4. Your post on word press POV the url didn’t come up hyperlinked. I had to copy and paste to get here. I see that many other people have visited your site , maybe it just didn’t come up on my computer. Good point of view.

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