More about the Camino de Santiago
You can find out more about my upcoming week-long hike in Spain on the Wikipedia entry for Camino de Santiago. Here’s a little blurb about it… (note I’m not doing this for religous reasons)
Known in English as the Way of Saint James among other names, is a network of pilgrims’ ways serving pilgrimage to the shrine of the apostle Saint James the Great in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia in northwestern Spain, where tradition has it that the remains of the saint are buried. Many follow its routes as a form of spiritual path or retreat for their spiritual growth.
Passport Bonus Day
Today I’m adding a bonus inspirational video for Passport Members that compares taking photos for the right reasons to reading books for the right reasons. I filmed it inside of this library below.
Taking Photos for the Right Reasons
Hi awesome Passport Member! Even though I am doing a new Passport Video just for you on Sundays (Passport Sunday!), I wanted to throw a bonus one in now. This one is a bit more inspirational and I talk about how my reasons for taking photos are a lot like my reasons for reading books. I’m recorded this in China in the Tianjin library.
Note this is kind of a pre-pre-release of these new videos I am working on. I have about 30 of these… still trying to round up a few more sponsors that make sense. But, as long as some are already finished, I thought it would be nice to show you first and get your feedback!
Daily Photo – I don't know what to call this
I am not sure exactly what this is or why it exists, but I thought it was interesting. I also have no idea what even to call it. I found it inside a the National Museum of Singapore up on the top floor. Nobody was here and there was no art or anything on the walls up here. I guess the thing itself is considered art entombed in some sort of modern architecture. I mean, it's not ugly or anything. I almost didn't take a picture of it because I couldn't figure out what I was taking a photo of, exactly. But, I thought it was interesting in its mysteriousness.
I do recommend going to this museum, however. There are lots of great photo spots and the architecture itself is quite interesting.