Weekly Photo Challenge: Peace

This week, the theme is to:

Photograph peace

It’s a conceptual challenge this week. Discover what does peace look like in a photograph.

Nature can be peaceful like this forest on a foggy morning.

Spring Fog

Forest disappears into the fog.

Peaceful can be a static scene that evokes calm and tranquility. Using long exposure can smooth any movement and create a calming effect.

Photo Pagoda

Long exposure photo. Sunset at the Nathan Frank Bandstand (Pagoda) outside the Muny in Forest Park.
Sony A7II 28 mm 3sec@f16 ISO400

People relaxing on a hot summer day can also be peaceful.

Photo Lounging on the Lawn

Lounging on the lawn at the Festival of Nations in Tower Grove Park, St. Louis, Missouri.

Cemeteries are often places of peace where we can contemplate life and death and remember those we have lost.

Photo Stillness

Christopher Colon Cemetery in Havana, Cuba sees 40 burials a day, but the large cemetery has places of intense peace.

There are many symbols of peace including peace signs, doves, olive branches.

Photo Symbols of Peace

Symbols of Peace in Soulard Market, St. Louis, Missouri

This week, go out and find your inner peace.

Share your posts in the Comments below and use the tag WITSENDCHALLENGE.

I’m using my Random Inspiration Generator to choose the challenge each week. Use it if you want more frequent inspirations!


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  1. Cee Neuner says:

    Oh I like your photos. I may have join and play along with you.

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  2. Referred here by the lovely Cee Neuner, who kindly corrected me when I first mistook this to be one of her challenges. She pointed me in the right direction and now I found another fun challenge to follow!

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  3. https://talesfromthemindofkristian.wordpress.com/2018/06/13/wits-end-photo-challenge-peace/

    This is my entry. It got calm water and boats in it. So it looked like peace to me. 🙂

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  4. Love the bandstand shot. I found this through Cee’s blog and inadvertently have a post today that would work well for peace, even though it’s not labeled as such. I hope that’s fine.



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  5. Maggie says:

    Thank you for hosting this challenge now that WordPress has stopped. Here is my post: https://wordpress.com/post/maggielt.wordpress.com/6050

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  6. Miriam says:

    Wonderful photos to depict peace. How wonderful to find your challenge. I will have to return.

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  7. LifeAmazing says:

    Id love to play too so watch out later for my entry. I particularly like the pagoda photograph – well done.

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  8. Marie says:

    I discovered you challenge today through Cee’s post. Great to have a new challenge. Thanks for hosting. https://3rsofretirement.com/2018/06/13/wits-end-photo-challenge-peace/

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  9. That photo of a pavilion on a lake in the blue hour is wonderful. Here is a link to my post on the theme: https://anotherglobaleater.wordpress.com/2018/01/28/a-slow-river/

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  10. tgeriatrix says:

    Missing the WP Weekly Challenge, I discovered (Thanks to Cee) your challenge. Thank you for hosting and here is my entry for peace: https://geriatrixfotogallerie.wordpress.com/2018/06/15/peace/


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