sloppy buddhist

this number 21.931712199461 squared

In Age, Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Architecture, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Colour photography, Foto, Fotografia, Fotos, FujiX100s, Landmarks, Landscape, Photography, Rural life, Street photography on 2016/07/17 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Roam in the world as a lion of self-control; see that the frogs of weakness don’t kick you around.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

you heard my voice, i came out of the woods by choice
shelter also gave their shade
but in the dark i have no name
so leave that click in my head
and i will remember the words that you said
left a clouded mind and a heavy heart
but i am sure we could see a new start
so when your hopes on fire
but you know your desire
don’t hold a glass over the flame
don’t let your heart grow cold
i will call you by name
i will share your road


before Olds ~ Alberta ~ July 2016.


  1. The clouds, the clouds, lovely pastime, collecting those together is beautiful.

    • it is the most beautiful part of the drive between Edmonton and Calgary…i enjoy going off the highway and seeing little spaces and like you Bob…i love the clouds…July has been turbulent…have a happy snapping day Bob! smiles hedy

  2. Great photos!

  3. Oh my heart…country roads, clouds, old farm buildings, barns..sigh…a few of my favourite things! Beautiful pics–thank you for sharing!

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  5. all so very splendid, yet the image with the two green lockers (if that is what one should call them) just pops out and won’t let go…i think the green color seems so natural in that particular backdrop, they become not the human-made in the natural world, but part of the natural world (and since humans are natural, there is a certain truth to that if looks at one from a particular angle).

  6. A vibrant and beautifully composed set, Hedy. What a fruitful journey.

  7. oh, above all, those skys …

  8. I love all these especially the first one!

  9. Such beautiful country and your lovely photos makes me want to move my crossing of Canada up on my bucket list. Oh to find the time to drive the back roads and country lanes, the only way to see and understand a country. To travel off the beaten path and take he road less traveled, my way to roam. Have a wonderful week Hedy.

    • i will Terry…heading back down in the AM…hoping for alive skies…as the highway is pretty straight…and yes a little off roading is always fun…many smiles 😀 have a happy Monday!

  10. I really like the image with the lockers because they seem not to belong here. Have a great week, Hedy…Cheers

    • that’s how the farmers get their mail 😀 …one of these things does not belong…have a happy week too Chris ~ cheers hedy 😀

  11. loving all the different locks.

  12. Such simple powerful beautiful photographs. The light you’ve captured is gorgeous. I’d love to visit the prairies one day.

  13. great play lights and colors. I like that very much! smiles to you!

  14. Wonderful post. Especially like the image of the mail boxes.

  15. Yup, mailboxes for the win! Haven’t seen ones like those for ages on the East coast.

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