Weekly Photo Challenge: Forward

The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge is “Forward”.
As a pilgrim hiking the El Camino, sighting an arrow (usually yellow) was a welcome sign that I was heading in the right direction. Following are a few unique arrows pointing the way “forward”.
Ultreya!

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Mother, ESL mentor, enjoys the beauty of nature, strives to elicit gratitude, joy and bliss day by day while on the adventure of being human.
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19 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Forward

  1. Always wanted to walk that one/

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  3. MaanKind says:

    One of the things on my list…

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  8. ideflex says:

    A comrade in arrows – thanks for following!

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  11. Touch2Touch says:

    You really walked the Camino!
    We went to Santiago, but on a small tour van, stopping from time to time so we could walk several yards. *blush* It would have been wonderful to walk the whole way —
    In another life, with other feet —

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