23 Aug The Pilgrim… Tuscany, Italy
All roads lead to Rome. In a way this is true. Through the ages, every road that was built in Europe would end up on the doorstep of the ceasars and the popes in Rome. We now have a European high-speed motorway that brings you quick to every corner of Europe. But the ancient pilgrim routes still exist. Often used as a retreat or a way of meditating, pilgrims walk their way to Santiago de Compostela through the place of pilgrimage Lourdes or to Rome. This Pilgrim was walking to Rome. A photographer, Photographing his journey from village to village and creating a book of his journey.
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