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Suzy Smith

Nay saying ain't no fun.




There are two routes I'm thinking of going: Either representing quiet by illustrating an idiom or using contrast to show a quiet moment.

1. My idiom of choice is, of course, "so quiet you can hear a pin drop." With a large, expansive room and a small pin falling to the floor, I think I could adequately communicate "quiet".

2. The first thought I had for best showing "quiet" is conveying contrast between a quiet and loud place, which emphasis on the quiet space. 


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