Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold


thresh·old   noun \ˈthresh-ˌhōld, ˈthre-ˌshōld\
: a piece of wood, metal, or stone that forms the bottom of a door and that you walk over as you enter a room or building

: the point or level at which something begins or changes


jack threshold

Literal interpretation of Jack  crossing a threshold at Idlewild Park in Storybook Forest last summer.




 Erika and kids waiting for Jack to be born

A couple of days before Jack was born 2007



p.s.  click here to see Madhu’s entry  at The Urge to Wander blog photographerd  at a Shinto Shrine in Japan.

In my opinion, hers is the best of all the responses I viewed! 



19 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold

  1. Great response, Ruth. Jack crossing thresholds.
    Just look at how young Anna is — or should I say, look at how Anna has grown? 🙂

  2. I’m sure that technically Madhu’s will be one of the best, Ruth. Her work is amazing and thanks for pointing me there. I’ll visit next 🙂
    But for warmth, it will be hard to beat your pirate and ‘the future’.

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  8. Wow – that is one big belly! (On one very small lady to boot!) I can’t imagine how uncomfortable that felt… big kudos to mama for caring Jack for all those months! 🙂

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