sloppy buddhist

twin-engine helicopter number built by Bell

In Alberta, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Colour photography, Conceptual photography, Emotion, Fotos, Hedy Bach Photography, Imagemaker, iPhone photography, iPhoneography, Minimal photography, Mobile photography, Photography on 2016/01/20 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Analyze yourself. All emotions are reflected in the body and mind. Envy and fear cause the face to pale, love makes it glow.

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being one of those grains of sand
i get blown all around the world
and what i make of it
oh i don’t know
what’s the meaning of it
oh I don’t know
just say you love me


Edmonton, Alberta ~ inside a pomegranate ~ January 2016.

  1. I suppose you mean the UH-1N, which I flew in it’s early days, since it was originally developed for Canadian Air Forces from a shorter air framed Huey. But, almost every Bell helo that came after that featured twin motors.

    • thank you Ray…it’s The Bell 430 is a twin-engine light-medium helicopter built by Bell Helicopter. It is a stretched and more powerful development of the Bell 230, which, in turn, was based on the earlier Bell 222…and that’s according to From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia…so really i don’t know…and your clarification as i know not a thing about helo’s 😀 ^_^ smiles for a good day ~ hedy

      • Those were civilian models all developed from the military version. They came much later in the history of that air frame.

        • well i never knew…but that makes sense…how long did you fly and do you still fly?

          • I mostly flew in 1970-71. Because the US military was broken at the time, they let some of us with “valuable” MOS numbers out of the reserves (we had no interest), but instead sent us to something called IRR. (Individual Ready Reserve). They kept us until we turned 55. We didn’t do anything but keep our licenses current which meant we flew around at a break neck pace in elder National Guard helicopters and scared the young pilots who were assigned to grade us. I haven’t flown since I had to… I do have a great story, but I’ll save it until after you reply.

          • haven’t flown since i had to…and yes i imagine a great story…say more…maybe you’ve already written it and i missed a link…but i’m curious…as i know nothing about this story…other than reading some already told stories and perhaps, a few films…

          • I don’t write about this. I’m not somebody who is stuck in that era. In those days, I flew medivac missions into some sporty places. The story is about my third or fourth date with my musical miss. We were in Brooklyn. I took her to dinner on Montauk Point on Long Island. I think she was dreading the long drive — six hours round trip in good traffic — but instead we headed to a helo pad and I flew us to dinner along the Long Island Sound. Her eyes were sparkling during the flight. She even got to fly for a couple of minutes. Sometimes we gotta be Heroes. Just for one day. 🙂

          • 😀 thank you Ray…nice in-between painting…it is a great storY and i’ll be mindful to use flighting titles so i learn a little more along the way…great story…”eyes were sparkling during the flight”…smiles ~ hedy compose a happy day too! 🙂

          • You too. BTW, I don’t know much… Ask me about a Blackhawk and I’ll shrug my shoulders. 🙂

          • i don’t know, you know 😀 smiles Ray!

  2. Love this thread, however, I am only equipped to comment on your beautiful pomegranate close-ups. 😉 They are great.

  3. Sigh. Such beauty. I had no idea it was a pomegranate until the last. I was simply enjoying an array of exquisite abstract paintings.
    Thank you, smiles Alison

  4. You have captured the pomegranate passion perfectly! …and a fun thread re the helicopters!

  5. makes me think of teeth…but i’m not sure why

  6. Absolute gems Hedy!

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