from static to silence

Sometimes we just need to get away from all the static

to appreciate the silence.

So I took a walk. 

~Hello snowflake~


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21 thoughts on “from static to silence

  1. Oh, how beautifully said!compact and deep. Love it!

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    1. So glad you enjoyed it! Hope you’re having a great day!😀


  2. Erielle Tolentino January 22, 2018 — 6:23 pm

    Short and sweet. Always nice to take time to ourselves and reflect. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

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    1. Thanks so much for reading and commenting. Really appreciate it!😀


  3. I love the simplicity of this happy poem as well as the complexity of the photo. Excellent post.

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    1. Thank you so much, LuAnne! Practicing with my iPhone macro lens but it was a really cloudy day so couldn’t get a good close up of the snowflakes..,and now the snow has melted. Better luck next time.😀

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      1. I don’t know, Laura. I thought the soft edges looked lovely. 🙂

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  4. Beautiful choice for the challenge Laura – hope it’s long melted by now!

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    1. Thanks Tina! Yes, pretty much melted and the temps are finally warming up some. I love the beauty winter brings but ready for spring to arrive.


  5. Isn’t static generally silent?

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    1. Good point. Using it as a noun. Crackling or hissing noises….

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      1. Poetically as a reference to drama/static noise

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        1. Ok… That’s really deep👌

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  6. As the saying goes, silence is golden. xo

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    1. Yes it is! Thanks for stopping by and commenting!😀

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