Post Camino #7 – Camino Photo Gallery

I’ve now put my Camino Gallery online, on my Zenfolio photographic site. It contains my favourite 100 photographs from my April/May 2013 Camino. 

The shots were taken with a compact Fujifilm x10, shot JPEG – and for the gallery, some were cropped a little and levels adjusted. Here is the link: 

http://billbennett.zenfolio.com/p381153717

Bill 

6 thoughts on “Post Camino #7 – Camino Photo Gallery

  1. They are all so fabulous Bill.
    My two favourites at the moment (cause it keeps changing) are
    1. The photo of the shed with the arrow. (it came with the story of that couple asking you why you were taking a picture of a old building) It was when you explained to them why….that it clicked for me and I started to see what you were seeing.

    2. I love …LOVE the picture of the “Beautiful Lady”. It reminds me of the paintings by the Kiwi artist Goldie. That face…her face….told me everything I needed to know about her journey. It will stay with me for a long time.

    Thank you for sharing your website.

    Abbey

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    • Dear Abbey – thank you for that feedback. I love those two shots you mentioned too – and the Beautiful Lady was so sweet when I asked her if she wanted to be photographed. The elderly Spanish people had such incredible character in their faces. I love the couple at Boadilla – in that stone alcove – the way they’re holding hands, and the way the lady has her sweater folded over her arm.

      There’s a few new shots in there too – I “discovered” the shot of the bloke walking past that mural with the girl screaming (with the bird on her head.) I hadn’t noticed that shot before, and have included it. I particularly like it.

      thank you again for letting me know which shots you like, and why.

      Bill

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    • Thanks Meryl – those muted tones are lovely, aren’t they. And the horse reminds me of a unicorn! There’s something timeless about that shot.

      Bill

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  2. Truly talented photographer.
    Exquisite landscape images.
    Moving shots of the beautiful people whose lives are played out in those landscapes

    THANKYOU

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    • No, thank YOU Jennifer. Very kind of you.

      I love that shot of the lady with the water bottle, and the couple holding hands in the stone alcove of the Boadilla church.

      I’m now starting to work on an ebook of the journey, which will include some of those photos.

      Bill

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