Logbook 2. jan. researching trails of understanding

Following the stories and myths of Camino de Santiago

Text and drawings by Frits Ahlefeldt

It is an ancient network of paths crossing Europe and connecting thoughts in every corner for more than a thousand years. One of cardinal points back from ancient times is at the most western point, where, if you follow the stars of the galaxy at night, you might end up at the end of the land, the Cape de Finisterre, or if you stop a bit before, at the huge St. James, Cathedral de Santiago De Compostela.  Drawing up stories about this trail today

Watercolor of the Camino De Santiago, painting by Frits Ahlefeldt

Watercolor sketch of the feel of the Camino de Santiago for story

Read the intro story about Camino de Santiago on Hiking.org