Travel Photography Photos tagged as peace
The mayor for Hiroshima is in there and I have a feeling that there are other mayors of other cities.
These are the flowers the mayor and other politicians played out for the dead from the A-Bomb in Hiroshima.
The forest surrounds this peaceful space where you can unwind and explore all there is to offer on the Garden route. We are only 6 km's west of Knysna and 8 km's along the Rheenendal Road in the heart of the Garden Route. Be entertained by nature's sounds and an eclectic mix of visiting musicians recording at their music Studio. Friendly staff are there to welcome you and owners Jen and Howard are always ready to inspire you with tips on travelling in and around South Africa. A wonderful place to refresh your soul, take in some nature or catch up on your emails. Stay in Wooden Barn Cabins, to self cater Woodcutter Chalets, Safari tents on timber decks in the forest or a pretty double story Cottage, all set in beautiful magical gardens or overlooking forest and fields where monkeys play and bush buck stray amongst their friendly horses in the paddocks.
one of the finest tracking zone of east himalayas, in state of sikkim. across the velly there is one of the biggest mountain range of kanchanjanga in himalays....
The real name is The Angel of Peace Descending on the Chariot of War. The arch depicts an angel taking the reins of the chariot to stop it from going off to war.
the Annapurna Himilayan range - this was taken @ the World Peach Pagoda in Pokhara, Nepal - an amazing place, o ften reffered it to a cross between Queenstown NZ & Vang Vieng - Laos
in bodega bay, california
These people are part of a bigger group of Iranian people who love and promote "P E A C E" to whoever whose heart are filled with hate! In that occasion when I was trying to find a complete rainbow in full in order to take a photo, (you could see it in the background), I met them. They asked me to send their image with a message of "LOVE" to the President of America, Mr George W. Bush. I tried to tell them I was not able to. They insisted so much that I did NOT want to break their hearts. So I am uploading their images with their 'PEACE OFFERING' here, perhaps somebody closer to president George W. Bush give their message to him ! They are representive of three (3) generations of Iranian population. The man with dark glasses educated in the West and now prefered to stay in Iran to earn more money. The lady with 'Chaddur', an Islamic traditional covering is a grandmother with 9 grandchildren. The third man on the right is a farmer and a jack of all trades.
Sole fisherman as the sun sets on Rainbow beach, only his thought for company.
Taken in the grounds of beautiful Tewkesbury Abbey, shortly before the devastating floods this summer
Ashoka, said to be the greatest king of India constructed this pillar and stupa around 250 B.C. Lord Budhha is said to have spent time here at the monastries surrounding this stupa.