Even in a world of chaos there are moments of silence … well not complete silence. If you’ve ever experienced complete silence you know it is like a weight that presses on your ears but even then you still have the sound of your blood swooshing near your ear drum. So … when we say silence we’re taking about something that, unless we are incapable of hearing at all, doesn’t exist. My theme then for today is:
I see white noise as the sound that sits somewhere in the background. When I lived in Eritrea in my back yard, just off my bedroom, grew three large pepper trees. I used to love to just lay on the bed listening to them. Often they reminded me of the waves of the sea when the wind came up.
This is another photo from the other day (I’ve been rather busy and haven’t had time to go for a walk!):
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Here today I’m using white noise as that indistinct background sound that can be anything from static on the radio to falling rain. But white noise is really something a whole lot more complex! Read HERE