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Mozart’s Quintet for Piano and Winds number

In Age, Alberta, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Canada, Colour photography, Fotografia, FujiX100s, Imagemaker, Landmarks, Lifestyle, Music, Photography, Photowalking, Street photography, Travel, Visual story telling, Women and Fiction on 2016/04/06 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Every tomorrow is determined by every today.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

it’s a lonely station i’m waiting at
my tickets bought, my bags are packed
my shoes are lead, my feet are claw
i can’t stand alone, i can’t run away
i wonder where i’m going to be

***

Alberta Railway Museum, Edmonton ~ March 2016.

 

 

  1. The photos drew me in, I like the one peeking through the window

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  3. Great images! There’s a photographer I follow on Instagram called Abandoned America. Also has fascinating shots. Yous however are a little more artsiness{?) to them.

  4. The melancholic carcass of ten thousand stories; beautifully depicted.

  5. I love your posts and photos. Your perspective and talent are quite intriguing!

  6. What an exquisite old train, going my way?

    • I just loved it…so much inside to see and I always like the feeling of the old abandoned spaces…going to fly over the pond for a while…I’ll wave as go by Bob ☺️ have a happy day 😀

  7. I will be outside and waving at you from the plane.

  8. Such cool old train (trolley?) cars. They have a wonderful look to them. Have a great week. Cheers!

  9. Your images captured the derelict rail cars in all their former glory

  10. “Every tomorrow is determined by every today”, according to Buddha. Your great images are showing the past and the present. How will look the tomorrow? Are you optimistic or pessimistic?

    • as a believer for imaging a different kinder gentle world…I believe anything is possible…so much more fun than playing the doubting game ☺️ smiles Hedy…thank you for your comment!

  11. I took a train today and passed junkyards, industrial sites, and various metal constructions. This is rather haunting.

    • It’s a museum of CN rail in Alberta…I know little about it other than I had the feeling of wow and awe sneaking through the spaces…enjoy your train trips Steven! Smiles hedy

  12. LOVE the link/music your highlighted final phrase opened. Thanks.

    • Yes I was at the concert and thought oh his song would fit so nice with these trains…happy you enjoyed David Francey too! Have a happy day…appreciate your comments ☺️

  13. Brilliant, evocative shots!

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