Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold

“A threshold is a point of entering; that point just before a new beginning—that split-second moment in time, full of anticipation…” (Krista Stevens).

One of my most memorable–life enriching at that–travel experiences is visiting the historical village of Ushaiger in the far country side of Riyadh City (“The Doors and Mud-Built Houses of Ushaiger Heritage Village“). Passing through the village’s threshold a year ago helped my wandering mind pull the stash of good words that have been hibernating in me. I have never been confident in my story-telling sleight since. This is the threshold that gave this blog a new beginning.

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  8. The village with its fascinating houses, walkways and doors indeed breathes inspiration and a threshold for new exciting beginnings. Always a fun journey and adventure. All the best to you & your family.

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