Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #52: Serenity

Some moments of serenity in recent times have been when I have spent time in quiet places, such as the little Walled Garden in Sunbury. Being amidst nature, even if it isn’t in the wild is very calming, I think

I found St Dunstan in the East to be a very peaceful place( another place where nature plays  a vital part

I do find the coast the coast can be serene  (if the waves are lapping gently, rather than crashingl!)

Also, I find creating Still Life images can create serene images, depending on the colour palette and how ‘busy’ or crowded the elements are:

Linked to lens-artist’s Photo Challenge at Tina’s here


  1. The beach and camera shots work for me, Sue. Serene indeed.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Some great examples Sue. That beach scene is really stunning!

  3. You take a lovely photograph, Sue. I find myself feeling quite serene. 🙂 🙂

  4. map195

    wonderful pics

  5. Lovely, Sue! That blue camera and all – love your stillebens!

  6. Those gardens look so serene. It must feel good to find such calm places in this busy, noisy world.

  7. Ana

    Great images! I love the photo of the couple.

  8. All beautiful shots Sue — serenity indeed!

  9. Very serene shots, Sue. I especially love the beach shot. 🙂

  10. Marvelous settings for serene moments…………….

  11. All wonderfully serene images, Sue. I especially love your beach scene. 🙂

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