A paper manufacturing mill is photographed in Quebec, Canada. The industrial looking compound comprises square buildings in green, tan, and rust. Most of the smokestacks are quiet on the day the paper manufacturing mill was photographed.
An air drill is neatly stored and ready to use for the next job. This scene depicts a quiet moment before the production lines fire up. As workers file into the space and the machinery comes to life, these tools will be used to engineer products.
Photo of a teddy bear. A wide variety of children's toys are available, whether your child is the active or quiet type. Many adults also enjoy collecting antique or modern children's toys for the nostalgia it provides.
Three rows of desks and student chairs sit neatly atop a gray rug, while the sun streams through an open window. The lecture hall enjoys a temporary moment of quiet before students thirsty for knowledge fill the desks and chairs.
A red summer party table with green legs is set up in a sunny backyard, ready for festivities to begin. It's quiet now, but soon this table will hold food, cutlery, glasses, and plates as the backyard fills with the sounds of partygoers.
The coast of southern Oregon is a peaceful and uncrowded stretch of pine tree-covered cliffs and quiet beaches. This aerial photo, taken from a Cessna 150, shows the coast highway winding through trees and gentle waves lapping onto the coast.
This scenic photo encompasses the peaceful, relaxing atmosphere of a quiet beach and the sound of the ocean. The waves are gently rolling onto the glistening sand and eroding space around some smooth, dark stones on a southern California beach.
In a wide-ranging interview with Out in the Open host Piya Chattopadhyay, the controversial senator reflects on the personal turmoil that nearly ended his career.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Fri, 7 Sep 2018 12:00:00 EDT.
The 'Salisbury assassins' wanted in connection to the Novichok poisoning case which brought the quiet English town to its knees earlier this year were in and out of Britain in two days.
Daily Mail. Wed, 05 Sep 2018 19:45:29 +0100.