“He had the vague sense of standing on a threshold, the crossing of which would change everything.”
― Kate Morton, The Forgotten Garden
The Weekly Photo Challenge is Threshold. Nicaragua is on the threshold of change. That point of entering just before a new beginning. Join me in my photographic journey of the threshold of change in Nicaragua.
Nicaragua still has much poverty and homelessness, but innovative programs are rapidly improving the lives of the poor.
Municipal libraries are on the threshold of growth.
Nicaragua is traditionally an agricultural exporting country. However, Nicaragua is on the threshold of change, exporting more textile and apparel, coffee, rum, tobacco, and chemical products.
Ometepe Island is on the threshold of change with the addition of a new airport near my house.
Blending the old with the new…a land on the threshold of major changes.
A cruise ship with 4,000 tourists arrives in San Juan del Sur. Nicaragua is currently upgrading the port so the big ships can land at the port.
Nicaragua is a paradise of renewable energies. Huge white windmills dot many of the country’s roads. The goal for Nicaragua is to have 94% renewable electricity by 2017. We are well on our way!
Even my pineapple is on the threshold of blooming.
Come see for yourself! We’re standing at the threshold, the crossing of which will change everything in Nicaragua.