Monday, January 4, 2010

the Western facade of the Cathedral de Santiago de Compostela is easily the most photographed part of the cathedral. Part of me has always suspected that half of that notoriety is due to the handy square in front it (el Praza do Obradoiro) that allows photographers enough of a clear line of sight to get the whole thing in their viewfinder even if they use vintage cameras like I do...heh. Well, anyway, this cathedral is easily the cathedral that is most familiar to me so I enjoy taking photos of more random points of view. This one shows the Western facade's towers but from the cloisters.

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