sloppy buddhist

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In Age, Alberta, Architecture, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Emotion, Foto, Fotografia, Fotos, Imagemaker, Street photography on 2016/08/07 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Be as simple as you can be; you will be astonished to see how uncomplicated and happy your life can become.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

one of these days,
i’m gonna sit down and write a long letter
to all the good friends i’ve known
one of these days, one of these days, one of these days,
and it won’t be long, it won’t be long.


Fort Edmonton, Alberta ~ July 2016




  1. Those are wonderful photos representing a simple, uncomplicated life.

  2. nice. thanks!

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  3. Lovely light, very calming. What decade would this have been with the blue and white tin cups, mason jars and Hudson’s Bay points?

    • i don’t know much about vintage enamelware…i think you can still buy them now 😀 the Settlement Era is depicted on 1885 Street so i’ll assume these mottled ware cups would be from that time…the Hudson Bay Company Trading Fort is (circa 1846)…i imagine one might get a lot of points of these items…thank you Bunty for your comments…have a calm and peaceful day ~ smiles hedy

  4. Tin cups, mason jars, and that well pump..simple, uncomplicated. It always works for me. Lovely post, Hedy 💘

  5. Gorgeous lighting and subdued colouring, Hedy – really intimate.

  6. Beautiful photos, and the song, love it.

  7. Lovely warm tones and old fashioned images, Hedy. It makes me want to see more of Fort Edmonton. I like this song…nice and mellow. Cheers!

    • You’d probably like the spaces and places in the park…I think Boston is beautiful so enjoy your adventures this weekend Chris ☺️

  8. So much beauty and richness in rustic simplicity. Love the pics!

  9. Beautiful light captured Hedy – feels so warm and inviting – simple, down-to-earth, peaceful. Totally romanticizing the era that was a lot of hard work. But also, I imagine, included cosy nights by the fire.

    • “totally romanticizing”…yes imagine our Edmonton winters…and all the work to stay warm…but i do love this era…compose a beautiful week Alison ~ smiles hedy and thank you for your comment 😀

  10. BREAD

  11. The saying is so true! And I like the photos as always, beautiful shots! 😉

    • thank you kindly Lisah…it’s a simple enought thought by the Buddha…living it well always a bit tougher…have a happy day! smiled hedy 😀

  12. The saying is something I am now striving for, I must keep this handy to keep me on track. The photos are wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. dark and moody, love these! 🙂

  15. Gandhi said something similar.

    Have few possessions.
    But those you do have…get from the best shop in town.

    I wonder how many people can name everything they own…

    • Thanks MDW ☺️ I’ve been purging and releasing and it feels very good…and yes imagine no possession…I think the Beatles said that…so many wise ppl…now it’s just ‘do’ it!! Have a happy day ~ smiles Hedy ☺️

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