Flight number for Anatomy of an Air Disaster

In Alberta, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Edmonton, FujiX100s, Hedy Bach Photography, Photography, Photowalking, Reflection, Street, Street photography, Urban life, Visual story telling, Words of music on 2016/01/10 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Be silent and calm every night for at least half an hour, preferably much longer, before you retire, and again in the morning before starting the day’s activity. This will produce an undaunted, unbreakable inner habit of happiness that will make you able to meet all the trying situations of the everyday battle of life. With that unchangeable happiness within, go about seeking to fulfill the demands of your daily needs.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

bones sinking like stones
all that we’ve fought for
homes, places we’ve grown
all of us are done for
we live in a beautiful world
yeah we do
yeah we do
we live in a beautiful world


Edmonton, Alberta, random stations ~ January 2016.

  1. Love your pics BTW. Lou

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  3. Tom Waits couldn’t have said it better.

  4. I like how this is in BW. I think it serves to make it more interesting and real. This is a nice set of images, Hedy. Have a great week. Cheers!

    • thank you Chris…i prefer b/w street work…BUT of course there are street images that show better with colour…travelling on public transit is always fascinating for me with the little conversations and meeting ppl…have a happy snapping week ~ smiles hedy

  5. I like when I read your closing song lines and the music starts playing in my head.

    The eyes of people are so interesting. The cities we’ve built have all these strange and foreign places we must pass through– tunnels, rail cars, the approaches to buses, turnstiles. We’re all moving together from place to place, all meeting in transit, awkwardly alone or together, our lives colliding in anonymity. In tunnels. On benches. While we wait for our lives to reach the next station and resume…

    I feel we need the reservoir of the Buddha’s silent calm more than ever while we do this…


    • good morning Michael…i do think it all begins with sound…and ends with sound…your comment is thoughtful…and i agree with all you write…sometimes it’s ok to miss the train too…it was a fascinating day for me…sending you kindness and joy for a happy day ~ smiles hedy

  6. yeah we do!
    fabulous post and photos

  7. Great sense of silence, and calm!

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