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No . . . I’m not misspelling the name of that French city that enthralls all those singers like . . . PaperMoon. I mean sixth boro “p-a-i-r-s,” which that French city just re-enacts, right? Pairs here like Siberian Sea and Stolt Invention, this latter featured in yesterday’s Hoops post; or
small fishing boat and Stephen Scott Reinauer, or
the unmistakeable Lincoln Sea and the –is it–Eastern Dawn?
More pairs in springtime would include North Sea and Katherine G (the jack-up vessel way over beyond Liberty Island) as well as all the architectural and monumental pairs here.
Nicole Leigh and Franklin Reinauer, and
McAllister Girls and Buchanan I.
Is it Ellen Bouchard here with Evening Light?
another shot of Katherine G with a pair of crewman sitting forward,
and . . . upcountry in farmland New York, a pair of megalithic Steiger tractors, compared with Larson and Lucas. . . tillers from today’s NYTimes.
More “pairs in springtime” tomorrow.
You can see your own pairs and triplets, etc. on a tour with Working Harbor Committee, starting next week.