Weekly Photo Challenge – Silence

This weeks Photo Challenge, Silence, asks us to “show what silence looks like.” The haiku expresses my feelings on this part of a small, neighborhood park. I prefer walking my little dog around the park when we are pretty much the only ones there. Nothing but silence…with the occasional birds chirping, or some ground squirrels signaling danger to the other squirrels in the area.

WPC - Silence
Empty bleachers and ball field

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Loggin' Off Debbie

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3 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge – Silence”

  1. This reminds me of the park where I used to walk my dog. Sometime there were children’s baseball games or sometimes the adults were playing, and sometimes it was just very quiet… Very nice post, Debbie!

    • Thank you so much, Aixa. I much prefer the adults playing a pickup game of soccer (football) in the park, than baseball…at least you can see the soccer ball and avoid being hit.

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