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18th pentagonal number

In Age, Architecture, Art, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Colour photography, Foto, Fotografia, Fotos, FujiX100s, Hedy Bach Photography, History, Landmarks, Photography, Street photography, Urban life on 2016/07/03 at 05:00

According to Buddha

One-half minute of revolution of energy around the sensitive spinal cord of man effects subtle progress in his evolution; that half-minute of Kriya equals one year of natural spiritual unfoldment.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

you say you want a revolution
well, you know
we all want to change the world
you tell me that it’s evolution
well, you know
we all want to change the world
but when you talk about destruction
don’t you know that you can count me out
don’t you know it’s gonna be alright
alright, alright

***
inside Lisbon’s Cathedral in Alfama, Portugal ~ April 2016

 

  1. A gorgeous collection, Hedy, and I love the colour tones. Many thanks, Hariod.

    • thank you Hariod for your comment 😀 i love and appreciate the colours and ancientness…as we have no spaces like this in Alberta…have a happy day!

  2. Beautiful images.

  3. Stunning series of photos! The colours are so beautiful.

    • thank you Peter 😀 i really enjoyed the light and colours in Portugal…so golden and warm…compose a happy day ~ smiles hedy

  4. Super collection. I need to reflect on the Buddha’s sayings

  5. Beautiful photos and a excellent Beatles song. Hope your weekend has been great.

    • thank you Terry and happy July 4th for you and your loved ones…i’ve had a quiet and silent kind of weekend…lots and fresh air and river walks with my mutts…sending you joy 😀 have lots of fun too!

  6. Beatles rock! And so does your excellent series. Beautiful compositions in a fitting color tone. Very cool (warm), Hedy! Sending you smiles…

  7. Beautiful images, Hedy. I liked the white statue of Mary, I presume, surrounded by the crumbling stone– something about the image spoke to me of the way light and dark comingle sometimes. Or at least the way we can’t separate ourselves from the mire and muck of difficulty if we expect to develop an intimacy with the light, or with anything else.

    I enjoyed the Buddha’s words as well. It reminded me of the idea contained in A Course in Miracles, that forgiveness saves time. It’s not quite related, but what I felt beneath the mechanics described in those words was that dedication, surrender, faith… these things have far-reaching consequences and propel us towards knowledge in ways we seldom understand.

    I truly enjoyed this collection, as I truly always do! 🙂
    Michael

    • thank you kindly Michael…i read A Course in Miracles a while back..always good to revisit when i get a message…i’ve been reading The Tibetan Book of the Dead, or Bardo Thodol…which as you say has propelled me towards knowledge i am learning to understand…forgiveness and freedom…all meaningful for me these days…i also appreciate your thoughtful comments…thank you Michael…some how all these make connections…here is the song that i’ve been playing this week…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFh7WA2Ddm8 …compose a beautiful day ❤

  8. I really like the intensive yellow of the pictures and the location of course too! 🙂 The first photo is very classic, it`s my favorite I think! 😉

  9. Beautifully done, Hedy!

  10. Beautiful images, beautiful number.

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