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By Clair Enlow
February 15, 2006
At the University of Washington's Gould Hall last week, Meriwether Wilson pointed to a colorful map as tall as herself and in the shape of West Seattle.
The shadows of the ridges, ravines and bluffs are sharp and hyper-real as if people had not been building roads and houses here for more than a century. But the slopes don't stop at the shoreline. They continue in the blue of the underwater landscape, revealing a seamless natural world.
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