Workplace Views – #WordlessWednesday

Welcome to Wordless Wednesday where you let the photo tell the story – it’s easier said than done!

Working in the forest
Working in the forest

You can read more about Wordless Wednesday here in Hugh’s post: How to Participate in Wordless Wednesday Photography Challenge.

Deb 🙂

PS. You don’t know how hard it is for me not to use words!!!!

Also joining Denyse for Wednesday’s Words and Pics (without the words today).

Denyse’s Wednesday Words and Pics

All my Wordless Wednesday posts can be found by clicking this link

You can also find Deb’s World in lots of other places – stay in touch by clicking any of the buttons below.

Debbie in rock chick mode

Everyone has a story to tell! Deb is a young-at-heart & active 60+ blogger/retiree, after being made redundant from her 22-year career managing education programs in a men’s correctional centre (jail). She now spends her time reading, blogging, riding her ebike and travelling. Deb was awarded a Bravery Award from the Queen when she was 17 after a tragic accident – a definite life changing moment! She is married with 3 grown-up daughters & has 4 grandchildren. She never imagined being Granny Debs would bring so much joy to her life! You can read more of Deb’s story here

Copyright © 2023 – All rights reserved

27 Replies to “Workplace Views – #WordlessWednesday”

    1. It was soo hard not adding words Jen but there’s no problem with comments 🙂 The forest is my workplace very now and again when school groups are in and my activity is always popular!


  1. But you did it, well done, Debbie.

    Your photo reminded me of when as kids, we used to play in the forest without a care. Okay, the odd ghost story might get told; it was always great fun, though

    Thanks for linking to my Wordless Wednesday briefing post, too. Keep on making them ‘Wordless.’

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thanks Hugh! I did do it although it was a challenge. The forest was my workplace for the day with school students with my activity a confidence/trust one involving rope, blindfolds and handcuffs 🙂 The kids love it!

      Liked by 1 person

    1. Thanks Terri, it was hard as I wanted to tell everyone where it is and what I was doing with the students. I can use words in the comments section though! It was taken at Laurel Hill Forest Lodge (just out of Tumbarumba) where Grant and I work with school groups every now and again. I run the Confidence/Trust course in amongst the trees and I always love the outlook as I’m ‘working’.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. It was a compelling image, Debbie and how fun that you can take time to work with students in such a beautiful setting. I think the point of Wordless Wednesday posts is to get conversations going to discuss the image. I’ve been enjoying this so far and fewer words once a week works for me. 😉

        Liked by 1 person

  2. Loved this…you met the brief…I don’t know if you caught my comment on FB recently. So many people I know are travelling and visiting all these places and SO many don’t say where it is or anything…I would love to know!! Great to have your blog post this week link up for Wednesday’s Words and Pics.

    I look forward to see you next week, too.

    Thank you so much.


    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thanks Denyse, it is a challenge for me not to use words, even to tell people where the photo was taken and what I was doing. But I can tell you in the comments – it was at Laurel Hill Forest Lodge (just out of Tumbarumba) where Grant and I work with school groups every now and again. I run the Confidence/Trust course in amongst the trees and I always love the outlook as I’m ‘working’.
      Thanks for having us over for the Words and Pics linkup, I got the pics bit 🙂


  3. Love the photograph! I know how hard it is to not use any words so well done! I’m guess a scouts or girl guide excursion of some sort maybe? Or maybe a school camp. I’ll have to scroll other comments to see what has been said (haven’t done that yet)!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Yes to the school camp Min! I sometimes do work as an outdoor activities leader for friends who have school camps. My course in amongst the trees is all about trust, confidence, communication. I take them through a process before getting one of a pair blindfolded and connected to each other with a ‘handcuff’ and they have to lead their partner through a rope course. It’s always a popular activity and I enjoy the outlook over the burnt out forests. I also tell them I used to teach in a jail so they get the handcuff reference 🙂


Let's keep the conversation going...

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: