This work (from my Equinox series) is inspired by the historical markers of the beginning of Autumn–also called ‘The Fall’. The autumn equinox is often used in literature, poetry and other art forms to symbolise, paradoxically, both abundance (e.g., as at harvest time) and scarcity (or more precisely decline, decay and death, as occurs at the end of an entities life cycle–flora, fauna and human). Equinoxes like solstices serve as beautiful metaphors. As noted by https://treehouserecoverypdx.com/, the seasonal events that occur during equinoxes and solstices can serve as metaphors for recovery by reminding us that ‘darkness and light are both necessary and vital parts of the human experience. There is no happiness without sadness, no bright growth without darkness and depth’. Certificate of Authenticity available on request.