I have been writing about the great flood of Rhode Island for a few days and sharing photographs of water in various states. It seems that lately we are all preoccupied with “water” and will continue on that path for a while. When we went out a couple of days ago to have supper, we stopped at a nearby pond, called Arnold’s Pond to see the water level. It was much higher than I have ever seen the pond, a tree that is normally on the shore was now under water. The reeds reflecting on the rippling water created interesting patterns, so I photographed them. The following video shows a series of photographs of these reflections. The repeating nature of the patterns and the wave-form concept embedded in it reminded me of canon musical form, repeating over itself. So, Pachelbel’s Canon in D major provides the backdrop.