Water Rushing Through Cities, The Gentle Version

National Public Radio: Alexey Titarenko/Nailya Alexander Gallery, New York Untitled, (Crowd 1), 1992 Henry David Thoreau was looking into a pond one day "” it was his local pond in Walden, Massachusetts and as he looked, a fish, a pickerel, slid into view. That fish was so comfortable, so at ease in the water, Thoreau wrote in his diary that its muscles, its fins its scales were almost water in a different form, "animalized water," he called it. And 150 years later, the great science writer Loren Eiseley said the same......

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