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We have yet to see cranes (which are a land
bird anyway) descending anywhere near
Needhan Market lake, but this image caught
my eye one evening as the November sun
settled into the gloaming west. The shapes
on the reed stem reminded me of the title of
a dream-like orchestral piece by the
contemporary Japanese composer Toru
Takemitsu, 'A Flock Descends into the
Pentagonal Garden' - apparently inspired by
a Man Ray photograph of Marcel
Duchamp's head. So, nothing to do with
cranes at all, but that was what went
through my mind as I focused in on these
two stalks. The graceful leaves silhouetted
against the evening calm of the lake give it
the feel of a tranquil day ending.
We have yet to see cranes (which are a land bird anyway) descending anywhere near
Needhan Market lake, but this image caught my eye one evening as the November sun
settled into the gloaming west. The shapes on the reed stem reminded me of the title of a
dream-like orchestral piece by the contemporary Japanese composer Toru Takemitsu, 'A
Flock Descends into the Pentagonal Garden' - apparently inspired by a Man Ray
photograph of Marcel Duchamp's head. So, nothing to do with cranes at all, but that
was what went through my mind as I focused in on these two stalks. The graceful leaves
silhouetted against the evening calm of the lake give it the feel of a tranquil day ending.
We have yet to see cranes (which are a land
bird anyway) descending anywhere near
Needhan Market lake, but this image caught
my eye one evening as the November sun
settled into the gloaming west. The shapes
on the reed stem reminded me of the title of
a dream-like orchestral piece by the
contemporary Japanese composer Toru
Takemitsu, 'A Flock Descends into the
Pentagonal Garden' - apparently inspired by
a Man Ray photograph of Marcel
Duchamp's head. So, nothing to do with
cranes at all, but that was what went
through my mind as I focused in on these
two stalks. The graceful leaves silhouetted
against the evening calm of the lake give it
the feel of a tranquil day ending.

The flock descends...


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We have yet to see cranes (which are a land bird anyway) descending anywhere near Needhan Market lake, but this image caught my eye one evening as the November sun settled into the gloaming west. The shapes on the reed stem reminded me of the title of a dream-like orchestral piece by the contemporary Japanese composer Toru Takemitsu, 'A Flock Descends into the Pentagonal Garden' - apparently inspired by a Man Ray photograph of Marcel Duchamp's head.  So, nothing to do with cranes at all, but that was what went through my mind as I focused in on these two stalks. The graceful leaves silhouetted against the evening calm of the lake give it the feel of a tranquil day ending.
The black frame compliments the stark black shapes in the picture

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