sloppy buddhist

Will Ferguson’s novel number

In Alberta, Black and White Photography, by Hedy Bach, FujiX100s, Hedy Bach Photography, Photography, Street photography, Visual story telling on 2015/12/13 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Release for constructive purposes the power you already have, and more will come. Move on your path with unflinching determination, using all the attributes of success. Tune yourself with the creative power of spirit.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

chapter one we didn’t really get along
chapter two i think i fell in love with you
you said you’d stand by me in the middle of chapter three
but you were up to your old tricks in
chapters four, five and six
and i’m giving you a longing look
everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday
everyday i write the book


East Central Alberta, Canada, Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village ~ August 2015.

  1. Cool images. B&W was definitely the way to go here.

  2. Beautiful work!! Very enjoyable

  3. Outstanding series, Hedy. Love all the images. Great compositions!

  4. I love this set, Hedy. Perfect in b&w. Window light is awesome. Your prose is thought-provoking, too.

    • Thanks kindly Jane ☺️ Buddha has a lot to say and Costello’s song sprung to my head making the little story….happy day to you Jane!

  5. How exquisitely you captured the feel, the mood, the essence of this place. I felt as if I was there, back in time. Each photo independently is lovely, together they vividly tell a story. Gorgeous!
    Alison <3

  6. very nice monochromes

  7. Wow! This is gorgeous and I love your poem at the end. Wonderful!

  8. Love the images and thank you for stopping by my blog

  9. Reblogged this on Br Andrew's Muses and commented:
    Some really nice monochromes here

  10. Reblogged this on per mare… and commented:
    Back in time…

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