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(March 15–21, 2006)

Ken Stuart

Personal Borders

Tom! Striewisch

A Border from Childhood Days

Essen, Germany

March 20, 17:33 GMT +1

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© 2006 Tom! Striewisch, All Rights Reserved.

This small street is not very interesting. And making a panorama there was no big challenge.

But it was a very important border for me (and my friends) in the days of childhood. I lived 150 m away on this side of the street. As a small child I was not allowed to cross it. (It has two lanes for each direction in those days.) The children on the other side of the street were only known as "The Others" (by my friends and me).

The more I grew up, the less important this border became. If this could be with all borders!

Europe / Germany

Lat: 51° 26' 44.57" N
Long: 7° 2' 29.06" E

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

D20 & 8mm Sigma & Manfrotto & selfmade panoramahead (http://www.langebilder.de/nodalpunktadapter.php)

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