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In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Colour photography, Edmonton, Flora, Foto, Fotografia, Fotos, FujiX100s, Landscape, Outdoors, Paramahansa Yogananda, Autobiography of a Yogi, Photography, Photowalking, Reflection, Street photography on 2016/06/15 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Thinkers do not accept the inevitable; they turn their efforts toward changing it.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

warm as yellow.
and i do not want to be a rose.
i do not wish to be pale pink,
but flower scarlet, flower gold.
and have no thorns to distance me,
but be bright,
bright,
bright, bright as yellow,
warm as yellow.

***

Terwillegar ParkEdmonton, Alberta ~ May 2016.

  1. What a mood in your images, Hedy. Brillant Mix between panorama and close up!! 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

  2. like in a fairytale…

  3. Ooh–so dreamy and magical–the mists of Terwillegar! Absolutely gorgeous!

    • I love the TPark…do you walk there too Raven? Nature is beautiful ☺️ thanks for your comment have a happy day!

      • I haven’t been there for awhile–I love the Whitemud ravine. My boy has to mark his “territory’ there on a regular basis. One of these days we may venture into Terwillegar though! Your photos are breathtaking and enticing! 🙂

  4. Gorgeous shots Hedy!

  5. Thinkers do not accept the inevitable; they turn their efforts toward changing it.
    Excellent quote…. We should stop naturalizing things which are everything but “normal”… This reminded me of what happened in Orlando last saturday, by the way… sigh…
    excellent post and pics… sending love. Aquileana 😀

    • Aquileana thank you kindly for your comment 😀 ahhhh perhaps, living in an age of distraction…another hate filled attack…i don’t want to believe we’ve become immune to these increasingly common occurrences 😦 i do know i’ll never understand why a being in a human suit has a need for AR-15…i’m Canadian it makes no sense to me…sending love back to you Hedy ❤

  6. The subtlety of the light in some of these is really great. The way the haze carries the light and gives it a medium to explore, and the leaf does the same. These have an ethereal quality to them I love. There is something roaming through them, something the scenery reveals that is both the scene, and something more shining through and upon it…

    Peace
    Michael

    • oh Michael…i love your words…and i love the idea something more shining through and upon it…i’m holding on to that! sending you joy appreciate your comments 😀 smiles hedy

  7. I do not understand much about photography… but I think your pictures are great 🙂

    • well i’m learning along the way…i see myself as an imagemaker…i started photographing with intention in 2011…so i imagine 2021 i will become a photographer…i just love all of it…the challenges of looking and seeing…thank you Isabel for your comment! compose a happy day ~ smiles hedy 😀

  8. Early morning is always beautiful. The calmest moments for meditation. A new day starts full with new hopes. Very nice and fine shots. Let me show you my last photo blogpost. Valley Szalajka is a like place to break away from the world. https://photozsoltszabo.com/ Have a nice day, Hedy! Zsolt

    • sometimes i find that my WP reader doesn’t capture all the bloggers i follow…so thank you for sharing so i can “see” wonderful images Zsolt 🙂 back from the woods…with the mutts…calm and no humans 🙂 beautiful morning…now bright sunshine…compose a happy day ~ smiles hedy

  9. The photos are beautifully!
    Liebe Gruesse Monika

  10. Wonderful photos, love the light and mood in them. AH Budda, this is my problem, I think too much.

    • ahhhh yes i think i know…i work hard to stay back brained it’s so much more relaxing…so i walk my mutts, play with my camera and do daily yoga…that lightens my mind…but i also love my monkey mind 😀 have a happy Monday Terry!

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