Rhythm of the Charles

The cormorant, the weathered conductor, returns home to its symphony orchestra, the Charles river. The rowing team his stealthy, prominent, often overlooked, yet necessary bass drum.


A paddle, a pedal, a wing stroke

Rhythmic command, to the beat of the cormorant.

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2 Responses to Rhythm of the Charles

  1. charlieblue says:

    Lovely… (but it’s a cormorant, not a loon I think)

  2. greg says:

    Ha, I obviously know nothing about the birds of New England, thank you for pointing that out!

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