A picture can say a thousand words

Challenge series hosted by Boasty911. Challenges start on Thursdays.
This series is all about words. Each challange will be a word and it is then up to you to enter a photo that you think shows that word the best. This gives you lots of freedom in taking your photo.
Finished (12 challenges)
Entries: 99
Winners announced: 5th July, 2012 GMT
Winner: Flower
Enter your photos of close up of flowers. The flower/s should take up the majority of the picture and be the main object in the image.
Entries: 99
Winners announced: 28th June, 2012 GMT
Winner: Morning at the Pier
Enter pictures that have a jetty or pier in them as the main object in the image.
10. sad
Entries: 22
Winners announced: 21st June, 2012 GMT
Winner: Walking with Sadness
Enter your images that you think show sad.
Entries: 35
Winners announced: 31st May, 2012 GMT
Winner: Fetch 5
enter your pictures that show dogs on the go, eg. Running or playing. not sitting still or standing.
Entries: 92
Winners announced: 24th May, 2012 GMT
Winner: wandering clouds
Enter your pictures that you think shows fluffy clouds.
7. Birds
Entries: 544
Winners announced: 17th May, 2012 GMT
Winner: Busy hoopoe
Enter your pictures of birds, prefferably close ups, or if far away the birds need to be easy to see and tell their birds.
Entries: 30
Winners announced: 10th May, 2012 GMT
Winner: egg
Enter your images that you think show 'breaking free'.
Entries: 33
Winners announced: 3rd May, 2012 GMT
Winner: IMG_1319
Enter your photos that you think displayes hard work.
4. Pattern
Entries: 80
Winners announced: 26th April, 2012 GMT
Winner: Curling Fronds
Enter you pictures that you think show pattern
3. Heat
Entries: 31
Winners announced: 19th April, 2012 GMT
Winner: chimney
Enter your pictures that you think show heat.
Entries: 46
Winners announced: 12th April, 2012 GMT
Winner: Sliding In
Enter pictures that you think show monentum
1. Peace
Entries: 68
Winners announced: 5th April, 2012 GMT
Winner: Peacefull Sunset
The theme is peace, it is up to you to take a photo that you think shows peace.