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Dan Heimsoth

Duke Chapel

K. Wayne Heil

Wilson Bridge Project

Jones Point, Alexandria, Virginia, USA

March 18, 2006 (5:35 PM Local Time)

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© 2006 K. Wayne Heil, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

The Wilson Bridge links Virginia with Maryland at the southern most point of Washington, DC. A new double span bridge is being built to replace the aging existing structure. The location of the QTVR is at the entrance to the construction site on the Virginia side in Jones Point park. If you turn on borders in Google Earth you will see this is very near the conjunction of the borders of the Disctrict of Columbia (Washinton, DC), the State of Virginia and the State of Maryland in the US.

Borders:
Space between bridges - Old to New
Fence around construction site - Secure to Insecure
Location - border of City of Alexandra, Virginia; conjunction of borders of Maryland / Virginia / Washington, DC; division of North and South in the US Civil War

Location

USA-Canada / USA-Virginia

Lat: 38° 47' 36.33" N
Long: 77° 2' 23.1" W

Elevation: Sea level

→ maps.google.com [EXT]

Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

OpenStreetMap: © OpenStreetMap contributors

Equipment

Nikon D70 with Nikkor 8mm. Handheld with plumb line for nodal point alignment. Six images used out of eight taken with no zenith or nadir. Auto-stitched with PTGui 5.8; QTVR created with CubicConverter; zenith and nadir retouched with Photoshop CS2.
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