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In Art, Buddhist philosophical concepts, FujiX100s, Photography, Reflection, sloppy buddhist, Street photography, Urbanscape, Visual Narrative, Words of music on 2015/03/01 at 07:00

According to Buddha

In fact, everything we encounter in this world with our six senses is an inkblot test.
You see what you are thinking and feeling, seldom what you are looking at.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

right about now, the funk soul brother
check it out now, the funk soul brother

right about now, ’bout now, ’bout now, ’bout now


Rockefeller CenterNew York City ~February 2015.

  1. Love everything about this. The images, the song, and NYC ! Great post. Van

    • that’s wonderful to know…i like great…and yes it was a great experience…lovely city…would return in a heart beat! compose a happy sunday Van 😀

  2. Love your pictures its like i`m there! Great music video to! Have a great Sunday 🙂

    • thanks kindly Luc 😀 so nice to read your words…i appreciate you looking and listening…yes it’s been a wonderful day…have a good evening 🙂

  3. Those first two lines (the Buddha lines?) pack such a wallop, perhaps especially since I am currently reading a book recommending by another WordPress blogger: “On Looking — eleven walks with expert eyes” by Alexandra Horowitz. Her premise, tested repeatedly during walks in her NYC neighbourhood, is that we see very partially if we see at all. Her 11 sets of “expert eyes” include her toddler and a dog, as well as an urban sociologist and a geologist. By walking with each in turn, she too sees with different eyes. However … your quotes demo’s that Buddha said it all first, and shorter!

    • awe thanks Penny 😀 so nice to hear from you…nyc was another amazing city…will check out that book you’re into now…but i never know for sure if that’s what the Buddha said…but nonetheless i liked them too…compose a happy walking week…i’ll be sure to visit your blog too…smiles 🙂

  4. Great shots, Hedy!

  5. There was I time I did not like NYC, and then I spent a week there roaming all over Manhattan and could not believe all the good, the excitement and invigorating challenges it offered…and I wanted to move there. Perhaps I was finally starting to “see” the city. Wish you a great evening ~

    • i imagine living there 1 year to catch the all the seasons…it was a very fresh week while visiting…i’d like some warmth to be outside more…and i’m sure there is enough galleries to see over a few years…and then the little evaded spaces…oh yes it’s a fascinating city…learning more about lightroom tonight 😉 also fun!

      • One year to capture all of the season…perfect, and a very creative thought. Central Park was the most impressive place for me, an oasis within an oasis.

        Lightroom is fantastic, learn it and that is all you will need 🙂

        • i think i would enjoy a 1 year stay for many places on this earth…i imagine photographing these adventures…as i find i need to linger in spaces at first…nyc was often over stimulating so i think/fee that each season would awaken all my senses to see, perhaps something new in nyc…i would/will return…happy day Randall 😀

          ps. and yes lightroom is also fun!

  6. Great series. I liked the juxtaposition of the instructions on the ‘binoculars’ and the woman with her reading glasses on – so she could see her cell phone/camera! So you can go to the top of Rockefeller Centre! Good to know for our next visit!

    • that would be wonderful…and thanks for your thoughtful words…many funny moments to me…as i live in a space with far less ppl…nyc is highly stimulating city…and i would return in a heart beat.

  7. What wonderful shots of NYC, so much to see in the broad detail and so much to enjoy in the reflective quiet.

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