I started at Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port in France, and rode about 800km more until I reached Santiago de Compostela two weeks later, in those two weeks I had one of the more intense experiences of my life. As always when I travel, I had my camera gear with me, and was thinking that the landscape and the architecture will dominate the images I'll take, so I hooked my 28mm into my Nikon 750D for this trip, I had also my 58mm with me "just in case I could take a portrait or two", but as you may know well, the best things in life are not the ones you plan ahead, and I ended up using my 58mm only! during the whole trip. Here are some of those portraits I took from all the people that crossed my way for 5 minutes, 5 hours or 5 days, for how long they did, it doesn't really matters, what matters is that they all count the same, they all leave something on me, something unique and special that I treasure, I hope I did the same for them. I'm happy to share now with you this portraits, and if you are thinking on doing someday the "Camino", my only advice is: "Just go and do it", It's a unique life experience that will change you forever, for sure.