'crosses the eastern border'

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herut

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HKI
Finnish
A photographer 'crosses the border to the east', both metaphorically and literally (i.e. goes to Russia from Finland to take pictures of Russia and Russians) - is either of my versions passable? I want to emphasise the metaphorical dimensions of the crossing. Thanks!
 
  • ewie

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    If I wanted to emphasize the metaphorical dimension of it, Herut, I think I'd say that he goes east to take pictures.

    EDIT: I like Cropje's version too:)
     

    herut

    Senior Member
    HKI
    Finnish
    Thanks! Cropje's version should do the trick. 'Goes east' would be fine, but the crossing aspect doesn't really come through...
     
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