Lens-Artists Challenge #239 – Finding Peace

This week, Tina gives us an opportunity to share Finding Peace in today’s ever-more busy world.

I can always find peace in our local garden and don’t have to travel far to enjoy the beauty and peacefulness.

Finding peace in springtime:

Finding a peaceful spot in a cooler summer morning:

And, enjoying the fall colors quietly:

Finding peace anytime of the day or week, under these old, old trees:

or, walking in woods alone:

“A garden of the soul, a garden in the soul,

A garden.”

— Geeta K. Mehta

Thanks to Ann-Christine for her Alone Time challenge last week. This week we hope you’ll share the ways you find peace in your corner of the world. Click here to enjoy Tina’s beautiful finding peace post. Be sure to link to Tina’s post and to use the Lens-Artists Tag to help us find you. 

Next week, John will lead us on his Journeys with Johnbo post.

38 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Challenge #239 – Finding Peace

  1. That’s just such a lovely place. I read today about how people who have access to nature close to their house weathered the pandemic much better. I would not mind living close to this place if I had to live like a hermit again.


  2. What a blessed, peaceful garden to soothe the soul Amy, thank you so much for letting us walk along with you here 🍃💚🍃 xxx


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  4. Beautiful post as always Amy – I especially liked how all of the images, although different, give the same sense of quiet. One can almost feel the breeze wafting through the leaves. Really lovely landscapes

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