Threshold is the theme for WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge this week. I’ve interpreted it from point 3 in the list below. 


threshold (ˈθrɛʃəʊld; ˈθrɛʃˌhəʊld) n (from

  1. (Building) Also called: doorsill a sill, esp one made of stone or hardwood, placed at a doorway.
  2. any doorway or entrance.
  3. the starting point of an experience, event, or venture: on the threshold of manhood.
  4. (Psychology) psychol the strength at which a stimulus is just perceived Compare absolute threshold, difference threshold: the threshold of consciousness.
  5. a. a level or point at which something would happen, would cease to happen, or would take effect, become true, etc
    b. (as modifier): threshold price; threshold effect.
  6. (General Physics)
    a. the minimum intensity or value of a signal, etc, that will produce a response or specified effect: a frequency threshold.
    b. (as modifier): a threshold current.
  7. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) (modifier) designating or relating to a pay agreement, clause, etc, that raises wages to compensate for increases in the cost of living[Old English therscold; related to Old Norse threskoldr, Old High German driscubli, Old Swedish thriskuldi]


Cilje. R.I.P. Here’s a song for you:

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