This work is about my experience of field recording in Canton Park near the Inner Harbor, Baltimore. Environmental pollution is a global problem, and noise pollution is also a concern. With the rapid progress of science and technology, human beings now live in a noisy environment. Some loud noises, such as installing an air conditioner in the apartment next door, the sound of cars on the road, and the friction of the city rail on the track, often affect people's lives and they will try their best to avoid them. However, white noise, which is often ignored or people become used to, has a subtle influence on the lives of this generation. Some white noise makers are the 'necessities' of life, like air conditioners and refrigerators, and we have to bear their invasion while using them. Close your eyes, turn off the TV, and listen carefully to the white noise in the air. In this work, I want to show the opposing sides of things. The water surface hanging in the air is sparkling, and the beach on the ground makes waves. However, a headset is placed below the water. When the audience wants to find out, they will realize that the beautiful sea hides the sound of ship engines and factory operations.