Northern Spain by car
Posted on 12 Jul ’14 by Earl Moore
A couple of close friends along with my wife and I recently returned from a long planned car tour of northern Spain. It was a wonderful trip with good weather overall. I don’t know what I was expecting but Northern Spain landscape is much more diverse then my expectations.
I carried with me a “Bad Elf” GPS tracker everywhere I went and so was able to applied locational metadata to all our photos (2200+) after importing them to Lightroom. It was a great device which I turned on in the mornings and then forgot about until the end of the day.
Besides applying the locational data I’ve not even managed an initial screening processing on the photos as life requirements have consumed much of my time this week. I’m looking to reinsert myself into the work force after a prolonged retirement/semi-retirement and had to complete some tasks for that process this week.
Our trip supplied not only beautiful scenic vistas, but also a chance to explore some of the abundant history and art of Spain dating back hundreds or thousands of years. Pretty impressive for this lad from the United States, a country with less then 300 years of history.
Once I get fully into processing the Spain trip photos I’ll be posting more of them. However, I felt the need to at least acknowledge the trip in this quick post.