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Literally it means “equal night.”   NOX has lots of associations.  More Hestia soon, I promise.

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Half-half symmetricality, or almost so;

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dark and light . . .  river and land . . .  fog and clarity;

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summer cedes the stage to fall.

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Time to think of harvests, baskets, thanksgiving;  Sam Plimsoll marked just how full these floating cornucopias should ever get.  The viscous wine of our civilization can submerge the vessel carrying it.

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Brightness and shadow envelope Elise Anne Conners, who has spent most of its almost 13 decades above the surface.

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Night and light make

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Happy hot equinox in the sixth boro.

All fotos by Will Van Dorp.

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