sloppybuddhist

121121 in base 3

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, by Hedy Bach, Colour photography, Fotografia, FujiX100s, History, Landmarks, Learning, Photography, Reflection, Street photography on 2016/03/23 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Many great works of art, poetry, and music are inspired by astral memories. The desire to do noble, beautiful things here on Earth is also often a carryover of astral experiences between a person’s earth lives.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

i kept falling over
i kept looking backward
i went broke believing
that the simple should be hard
all we are we are
all we are we are
and every day is a start of something beautiful

***

Leduc #1. Energy Discovery Centre, ~ March 2016.

  1. Beautiful rusty images.

  2. cheers to starting something beautiful again today! thanks for the words to stop and think by. momentummikey 🙂

  3. These are fantastic images, Hedy, and I really admire your work and eye. Can I just pick your brain on something please? Would I (in theory) be able to get images such as these with a 35mm f2 lens? Amazon U.K. are currently selling the last of the Fujifilm EX-1 at £250 so I thought I might snap one up with that lens. Forgive my ignorance on the matter, if you will!

    • thanks so much Hariod and i am learning along the way more each time i play with my settings…so the blue image of broken glass…i shot ISO 400 33mm f/5.6 1/40sec…also i do shoot f/2.8 in other images BUT Hariod i really don’t know as i continue to play and see how much differences i can explore…i have a fuji book and photographer friends who teach me a little every day…not many people have Fuji’s here…so forgive my ignorance on the matter too ^_^ 😀

      • I went looking for Fuji’s after you told me what you used, and can see now it’s a very shrewd choice. I don’t know what I’m doing at all, and have a limited budget too, though the EX-1 @ £250 plus a Fujinon XF35mm F2 R WR lens seems to give me a decent package for c.£500. Once I know what the hell I’m doing I ought to be able to take a decent picture with that combination, or so I’m hoping. I just don’t want to waste £300 on a compact point and shoot only to realise in a year that I want something else. Thanks Hedy, it’s a big learning curve but it’s exciting, I must say. 🙂

        • I bought mine in Japan after I dropped my first one…so I’ve only had Fuji cameras I like that they are little and light…each week I try something different and I’m still seeing new ways…I think you will have fun…for me that’s most important and of course I love to improve my camera skills and photographs…you will find a lot of active Fuji communities on line…I will send you the name of the ebook I use when I am home…off to the woods 😀

  4. Such lovely colors and shapes Hedy…Cheers!

  5. Lovely photos as usual and all your quotes are outstanding.

    • ahhhhh the Buddha had so much to say ☺️ and yes I love music very much Terry thank you for your kind words…I appreciate you saying ~ smiles Hedy

  6. Hi Slops, these pics are amazing 🙂

  7. Another gorgeous set of photos Slops 🙂
    Don thinks so too.
    Alison xo

  8. Delightful images, Hedy! I love the rope next to the chain. It makes you wonder what the rope can do that the chain cannot. I was thinking as I perused these that if push came to shove you could start a small economy with these beauties…! A whole industry from found artifacts… ha!

    Peace
    Michael

    • It was a bright sunny day…I loved the colours and all the details in the old industrial things…fun foto Friday for me…thank you for your comments ☺️😀

  9. Love those last two. Sort of abstract but not.

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