Yes, again, a bloody tree got in the way of an otherwise perfect photo!!! Godda try harder to avoid them. Maybe put a "greenery filter" on my lens. He he he...
The music was loud, and irritating. So I was glad when the boat left and the music was over. By the way, "When the Music's Over" is the title of a song by 60s band The Doors.
And the phrase in the first line "wind ... across water, ... without sound" comes from a great poem by Wallace Stevens ... https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/poems/13261/sunday-morning
Until seconds before posting, the first line had said something like, "This old weather-beaten dock remains sturdy and stable." Then, at the last second, I though that sounded kinda trite, and the phrase from Stevens' poem popped into my head.
I rewrote the first sentence, then clicked "Post." Glad I did.
Anyway, I'm glad you like the post, and even found the title fascinating.