Alberta, Art, Canada, conceptual, FujiX100s, herstory, History, iPhoneography, missing and murdered Aboriginal women, Photography, reconciliation, Red Bull - Tearful Honour, red dress, sloppy buddhist, The REDress Project
According to Buddha
The impermanence of this floating world I feel over and over. It is hardest to be the one left behind.
Chickakoo Lake, Alberta ~ May 2015.
thanks kindly Richard! appreciate you saying…happy sunday to you! 😀
You keep doing it, sloppy – well done! Love your work, it always leaves me questioning, or lonely, or sad, or expansive, or lusting for travel, or just plain wondering. 🙂
Ha ha that’s wonderful Rachel 😀 made me smile…i hope i also share posts that are happy (ish)…remember i do love fiction and stories too…but yes this post is a hard story of Canada’s truth…honouring the missing and murder Aboriginal women…perhaps, an evaded story for some…on this shoot i was asked to join in for the REDress project…a long sad wondering story…so many layers…hard to say in words…i hope that this link might explain a wee bit more but you may already know all about Jaime Black’s work…http://www.theredressproject.org/many…thanks again smiles from sloppy hedy 😉
There has to be a great story behind that red dress. Nice. 💕
good morning Van…i suspect you wrote your comment via your mobile so perhaps the comment i wrote to Rachel earlier was over looked so there is a link explaining the the work around the REDress project here in Canada…so you are right it is a great story…a great Canadian evaded story of our his/herstory in relation to honouring the missing and murder Aboriginal women…i am pleased that you also see the beauty in what i tired to compose…not sure what else i can say…smiles and hugs to you…happy wednesday ~ hedy
I knew there was something there…thanks, Hedy. I love your photo as it stands alone, but the back story makes it even more special. Happy Day to you as well. ❤️
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