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In Alberta, Architecture, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Edmonton, Emotion, Flora, Foto, Fotografia, Fotos, FujiX100s, Landmarks, Photography, Reflection, Street photography, Urban life, Urbanscape, Visual story telling on 2016/07/27 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Water is fluid, soft, and yielding. But water will wear away rock, which is rigid and cannot yield. As a rule, whatever is fluid, soft, and yielding will overcome whatever is rigid and hard. This is another paradox: what is soft is strong.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

take it from me
when you start it’s just a matter of time
any minute you will cross that line
take it from me
you never think about the price that you pay
take it from me
it got a mind of its own and it stings
take it from me
it got a mind of its own and it stings
nothing can stop me
nothing holds me back
think you could slow me down?

***

Edmonton, Alberta, City Hall, July 2016.

 

 

  1. even in b/w the flowers are beautiful!

    tip: link your links to you tube in a new tab 😉

    • thank you Inge…yes i liked them in b/w too 😀 how do i link youtube into a new tab? i don’t want music to start when ppl open up each post…

  2. I like the mix of flowers and geometric/architectural images. BW works well for this. Cheers!

    • i liked the Buddha idea of ‘what is soft is strong’…thank you kindly Chris for your comments…always appreciated 😀 have a happy day!

  3. Impressive! Very cool series, Hedy.

  4. Gorgeous juxtaposition–love the combination of pics! It’s wonderful and beautiful to be both soft and strong. Inspiring post–thank you!

  5. Black and white, I love ’em.

  6. Soft and strong…like those B/W flower pics. Amazing.

  7. Dizziness then flowers, dizziness then flowers. You’re messing with my head, Hedy! 😉

  8. Great series of photographs, hard lines of man-made vs natural forms and all in black and white just add to the forms. Nature will always win being so fluid to adapt. Fluid to find life as it comes to you and not to force it, I must remember that. Have a wonderful evening my friend.

    • thank you kindly Terry…i appreciate your comments and friendship…i love nature…being outside…a room without a roof…”Fluid to find life as it comes to you and not to force it”…i agree…force rarely sticks…sending you joy for a happy day ~ smiles hedy

      • I would rather be outside than in a inside also, it is very relaxing. Well time to go outside with my grand-daughter and get in the pool. Have a wonderful day and evening my friend.

        • sounds delightful…have lots of fun…i love my grandson too…i look forward to go to Regina and visit him soon too 😀 sending you joy Terry!

    • 😀 resistant to pressure…but water wears *it* away…sending you joy Gavin :-D…many smiles from turbulent etown! we had a cracking thunder storm yesterday…then delicious sunshine. 😀

  9. Great work! 🙂

  10. You’ve covered all the angles beautifully, Hedy! We humans have quite an interesting way of serializing nature! It’s like holding up a finger-painting sample next to the work of a master. There are inklings of something profound there, but still working on our technique…

    Peace
    Michael

    • hello Michael…so nice to hear from you…i always appreciate your thoughtful words and connections…and yes still working on our technique…i agree it’s all practice 😀 sending you good wishes for a happy day ~ smiles hedy

  11. Have a most pleasant and peaceful weekend Hedy. with love and light, Eddie

    • thank you kindly Eddie…i’m doing yoga, playing with my camera, walking and napping 😀 have a beautiful weekend too Eddie ~ sending you joy 😀

  12. Moi boas fotos. Great pictures!!
    Gústanme as flores, os ceos e esas nubes navegando polo ceo.

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