Sunlight bathed the fields through which they moved when he stopped and gestured whispering only one word: “Deer”.
She paused and smiled, wishing that she could get to her camera in time, but instead she just watched. They stood soundless, clasping hands as they watched a family of deer turning to watch them back.
Alarmed by their presence, the deer began to bound towards the woods, the noise of their movement breaking the morning’s stillness. She laughed and turned to him, her eyes bright with joy. His gaze reflected her mirth a moment, then he turned to lead her away.
Another small snippet, this time written for Velvet Verbosity’s 100-word challenge, which this week gave us the word “soundless”.