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In Age, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Colour photography, Foto, Fotografia, FujiX100s, History, Imagemaker, Landmarks, Learning, Lifestyle, Outsider view, Paramahansa Yogananda, Autobiography of a Yogi, Photowalking, Street, Street photography, Travel, Urban life on 2016/05/04 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Turning a corner, I ran into an old acquaintance—one of those long-winded fellows whose conversational powers ignore time and embrace eternity.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

there is fiction in the space between
the lines on your page of memories
write it down but it doesn’t mean
you’re not just telling stories
there is fiction in the space between
you and me
you and everybody
give us all what we need
give us one more sad sordid story
but in the fiction of the space between
sometimes a lie is the best thing

***

streets of Évora, Portugal ~ April 2016.

  1. At first I thought your quote was wittily ironic, Hedy, then I saw the three old boys on the bench and understood what you meant.

    • ahhhh that Buddha does have a lot to say…i always find a connection to what i see…i loved Évora…it seemed every corner i turned i saw a new story…beautiful city…happy day Hariod! smiles hedy

  2. that’s a lovely quote! yes, it seems time flows at its own pace in this town 🙂 great captures, Hedy…

    • Évora was wonderful and even better having a friend show spaces and places…and yes the Buddha quote seemed fitting to me 🙂 happy day to you Alexandra! 😀

  3. I love Évora, a special place indeed, great words below the photos, so very real and beautiful!

    • oh i did too Jose thank you kindly 🙂 i’d return to Évora in a heartbeat…so much history and beauty…i enjoy everything i experienced…even learned more about Fado during my visit to Lisbon and area 😀 compose a happy day jazzyoutoo!

  4. Such a great song…I miss Tracy Chapman. Lovely post, Hedy. 💘

    • thank YOU Van…i so appreciate your comments…yes i’d love to hear more from Tracy Chapman…it’s a beautiful song…compose a happy day ~ smiles hedy ❤

  5. I like the sky in the first shot. The dog hanging out the window is just classic. Have a great day, Hedy. Cheers!

  6. Gorgeous chill shots Hedy!

  7. Another beautiful series-but that image of the dog-amazing and wonderful!

    • tee hee…that’s sweet you noticed…it’s a beautiful brown dog…smart and looks like it’s ready for a run 😀 thank you littledogslaughed…have a happy day! smiles hedy

  8. I like your shots! Very cool as always! 😉

  9. The woman’s pink shoes, the woman with her hands in the air, the three men on the bench, the buildings – all so unique and wonderfully European. The whole is in all the details you capture.
    Alison

    • Everything matches…such a sense of aesthetics I do appreciate that feeling and continuity…etown is so random and visually unappealing as a city…of course we have the river and endless land…which I do love…off to throw some sticks into the river with my mutts now ☺️ compose a beautiful evening Alison and thank you for your comments…I appreciate them!

  10. What a great narrative. I love the way it opens without moving in space. Very inspiring!

  11. Do you have an Instgram account? ✌✨

  12. Haha! Love that Buddha quote!

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