Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold

20130508-2Eden_03__DSC4585I’ve lost my dictionary… the hard bound one! What a world! What a world!

The weekly challenge is to portray Threshold: a pivotal moment where change occurs (my definition since I’m lacking substantive support from Messrs: Merriam and Webster).

Well, here in sunny California, a drought condition has made its presence felt. Acutely.

I believe in climate change. It’s been changing since the dawn of time. It will keep changing for millennia after mankind has died off or simply used up all the energy available from fuels of dead dinosaurs. The oceans will rise and fall. The seasons will come and go. A good example is this photo. It’s a reflection of the end of rainy season and the beginning of the arid months of summer. California only gets two seasons along the coast: wet (winter) and dry (summer). Sometimes you can really see the change from one to the other.

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11 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold

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  2. LaLindaArtStudio says:

    Nice way to capture the changing of the seasons here. As sure as the sun sets the climate will change, nature is ever-changing.

  3. Very nice capture. Love the wide angle, capturing all those cracks in the foreground.

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  11. Leya says:

    Nice take on the challenge.

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