Equinox [The Astronomical Fall]
A twice a year occurrence. The Equinox.
This happens by virtue of the tilt of the Earth's axis combined with its orbit around the Sun, in such a way that the axis is inclined neither away nor towards the sun. Both hemispheres of the Earth receive approximately equal sunlight during 'equinox time', therefore night and day are also approximately equal in length.
Equinox - from the Latin aequus (equal) and nox (night).
Or you can call it Autumn... It is, as if anything leaf bearing gets a glorious aesthetic disease that suddenly and visually enhances the scene around us. The colours contrast handsomely with the grey-blue sky at 5pm (just before sunset these days) seamlessly breaking the gloom of the dull weather that we are used to. As someone who narrates life, a fair amount, through photographs, I took some bored yet willing, enthusiastic people to help put this together.