What Does ‘Peek’ Your Interest in a Photo?

It’s a hot day, and these tourists seem to rest on a bench at the ruins of the Alhambra castle in Granada, Spain.  Or have they had an argument and can’t talk to each other?

‘Show us just enough of your subject to peek our interest.’

Which of these photos do you think are the best match for the challenge?

That’s this week’s call for the Photo Challenge.

Shooting the shot – Peek of the sunset, Recife, Brazil

A peek of Amsterdam Westerkerk

A woman hid her face, but I saw her interest, glancing at me.

Cathedral of Granada, Spain

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39 thoughts on “What Does ‘Peek’ Your Interest in a Photo?

  1. They are all intriguing…in different ways. But as I often carry around a camera…I notice there are more things on the LCD-screen than shown in the photo of that man. That makes me curious!

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    1. This one is getting more traction than the others! I so love this city.
      Thanks for pointing out the difference between peek and pique. I had not intended to make a pun but just made a mistake, but you gave me an idea, and I left it there but with quotation marks. Thank you so much, Janet. It’s always good to learn from a native speaker of English. Much appreciated.

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  2. Not sure if any of these peeks piques my interest in the subjects. Perhaps leaving out some of the information (show only the hats of the two women or only portions of the scenes, like maybe the LCD of the camera and part of the man’s hand.

    Strictly by the description, the last one gives a peek of a much larger scene.

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  3. I like them all, but the Amsterdamwerks probably intrigues me most—something about the way the bridge blocks part of the view? I also really liked the door (2nd most intriguing for me).

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  4. Peak or peek? Either one can be used for the lady hiding her face. She cannot resist the temptation to look at you, and that is funny. Then there is the low-cut neckline with… Enough said.

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