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(March 15–21, 2006)

Bernd Dohrmann

Nature Conservation "Farmer Marshland"

John G. Dobbins

River's Edge - Across The Boulderline

Columbia River, Kennewick, Washington, USA

March 18 - 20, 2006

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© 2006 John Dobbins, All Rights Reserved.

We look here from the perspective of my loyal Lhasa friend Snoopy's viewpoint in the boulders. We overlook the Columbia River, the boulder-lined border between Kennewick and Pasco, WA., and two Washington State counties – Benton and Franklin. We also see the borders between...solid and liquid, winter/spring, near/far, large/small, man/dog, and perhaps the border of fate met by some unsuspecting skin-diver along these boulders...?

In any case, borders...and boulders, often times appear as something that they are not...'the streets are lined with gold'... Across The Boulderline.

Music (my mix) - "Across The Borderline" is by Ry Cooder, Maireid Sullivan.
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USA-Canada / USA-Washington

Lat: 46° 13' 4.24" N
Long: 120° 8' 33.12" W

Elevation: 344 ft

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Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.

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