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Starting out with a hump over the Pyrenees is certainly one way to wake up your muscles
Pre-dawn mists over the Pyrenees
You get to see a lot of gorgeous sunrises when you're up and on the road before 6am
Wild horses grazing, another common sight in the mountains
Just a sample of the stunning pieces of graffiti art seen on the Camino
The sculptures of Alto de Perdon, atop a mountain just outside of Pamplona
Tree tunnel
Tunnel tunnel
One of many orphaned shoes found along the way
Church of Nuestra Señora del Manzano, Castrojeriz, with the castle of Castrojeriz in the background
Can't stop won't stop
Trekking into the mist
Much of Galicia was constantly wet and misty and overcast
The nights are cold and damp in Foncebadón
Las flechas (the arrows) point the way
Windmills are everywhere across Northern Spain — Don Quixote would have a field day
Countless walking sticks, abandoned at the end of the Camino
Inside Santiago de Compostela Cathedral
The long and winding road to Finisterre
The road goes as far as you’re willing to follow it