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The Delaware River widens just below the Narrowsburg Bridge, crossing from New York to Pennsylvania. MEG McGUIRE PHOTO

Do you know
the other
Jersey shore?

This picture is a digital image created by Leslie-Jean Thornton — as are the others in the gallery — based on a photo taken on the Delaware Bay shore, looking north away from the bay toward a flat landscape in the state hunting-and-fishing grounds in Newport, N.J. To see the progression, click on the leftmost thumbnail.


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