Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold

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My favorite model is Cooter my dog. He appears to be, that is I have a lot of photos of him, from the time we first rescued off the streets when he was only a couple months old. Here he is going through the threshold of a pass through rock.

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Threshold to China or just a gopher..

Granddaughters at the age of Four “4” and Eight “8” the threshold of life and what a better way to start it in Disney World. Watching a parade and seeing all the Disney characters coming down the street. DSC00019 copy

The “Guardian” at the threshold of one of the greatest wonders of the world.  Guardian is the name I gave this rock that overlooks the Grand Canyon. When I took this picture I was thinking that it looked like a statue over looking the canyon that the makers of the canyon put it there. DSC_1483 copy The Guardian of the Canyon

These people are on the threshold of rebuilding their life after Hurricane Katrina in Biloxi Mississippi.

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There are many definitions of threshold and these are just a few of them.


3 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold

  1. Love these James, but my favorite moment in the post came when I saw the title “threshold to China or just a gopher.” I really DID laugh out loud 🙂 Excellent threshold examples one and all!

    • I’m happy it made you laugh, One time when I came out of the motor home he was almost half way in the hole. I kind of got nervous because I didn’t want any thing reported to the office of the park. I got Cooter out of the hole and immediately started filling it in. One time I was puttzing around out side and Cooter was laying on the outdoor rug, all of a sudden I heard this thump I turned around and Cooter wanted me to see what he caught,it was a 10/11 inch Gopher. He has been with us his whole life since he was about 2/3 months old and he has more miles on him then most people in the USA.

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