the mystery of Air France flight number

In Alberta, Black and White Photography, by Hedy Bach, Foto, Fotografia, FujiX100s, History, Imagemaker, Landmarks, Lifestyle, Photography, Street photography, Visual story telling on 2016/03/20 at 05:00

According to Buddha

The sun shines equally on diamond and charcoal, but the former has developed qualities that enable it to reflect the sunlight brilliantly, while the latter is unable to reflect the sunlight. Emulate the diamond in your dealings with people.

 Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

stood together in an open field
and share the secrets of the night reveal
then we chase the light
racing through the sky


on the way to the Fort Saskatchewan Museum and Historic SiteFort Saskatchewan, February 2016.

  1. I liked the patterns of this series, Hedy. The curving field of grain, the shadows on the wooden planks, the speckled and spun metal, and the stacked wood. And then the guns. Amidst all the rest. I felt as though you’d given us a peek into a life that was seemingly simple on the outside, but full of complexity, shadow and pattern on the inside… I agree with the beauty of the b/w for this series…


  2. So cool, Hedy…It has such a vintage look. Cheers!

  3. Superb photography, Hedy, and I particular appreciate the metal bowl. May I ask what kind of camera you use?

  4. Wonderful noir-ish mood to these images.

    • That’s wonderful I like that noir-ish mood ☺️ I’m going to do a wee crop on the high contrast one…learned that today at a class…thanks kindly Matt! 😀

  5. Beautiful photos.

  6. all excellent, but i really like the window.

  7. wow, what an impressing photo series. A wonderful and excellent play with lights and shadows. I’m impressed. So beautiful. Have a wonderful day!

  8. Evocative. Truthful. Beauty.

  9. fantastic use of light… very dramatic in some photos, wonderful work!!
    and I just noticed you are using the Fuji x100s, I’m with the x100t… are you happy with the fuji? 🙂

    • Thank kindly Alexandra appreciated ☺️ and yes I do like my camera and lenses very much at this moment in time…x100t is a better camera…they no longer make X100 series…I will take closer look at your posts to see your photograph work ~ smiles Hedy

  10. What a wonderful post. Glad I found your blog.

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