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Gowanus Lounge reports that we have a date for the climax daylight event of the year. June 21!! It seems like a long way away …

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to this nereid, one of six in Rockefeller Center’s Channel Gardens, and her fanciful shark mount.

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Sculptor Rene Chambellan never imagined his fountainheads so buried, and even with melt, it’s still dark season.

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Each of the fountainheads carries a name;

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this one is Will. The triton shown here last May (fourth down) is Alertness. Good qualities to get us safely from these dark months to the solstice 119 days from now.

Speaking of fanciful sharks . . . I just stumbled onto shark house and other instances of what architect Javier Senosiain calls organic architecture. Cool! Thanks Peter!

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