Peace photography – in contrast to war photography – does not exist as a concept in the professional discourse on images. Only a few authors ask what a photograph of peace might look like (Allan 2011; Ritchin 2013: 122). This omission tells us much about visual global politics focusing on violent conflicts, wars, famines and other disasters rather than on peaceful change and reconciliation. It also reveals something about global politics because “how we now – today – understand what photography is and how it works tells us something about how we understand anything” (Thompson 2013: 4). Does the absence of peace photography as a concept imply that visual images of peace – visions of peace – do not exist either?