Place

Place: the situating or site-ing of identity within the persistent presence of absence within presence. Patterns are always larger or more complex than first viewed. A sense of place is the continued presence of that larger order within the seeming randomness of sensory input.

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The Chelan River

Where two glacial systems met on top of two geological regimes. What a place!

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