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In Age, Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Canada, Colour photography, Foto, Fotografia, Fotos, FujiX100s, Hedy Bach Photography, Imagemaker, Photowalking, Street photography on 2016/10/16 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Meet everybody and every circumstance on the battlefield of life with the courage of a hero and the smile of a conqueror.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

and when the morning comes
i will feel that i am brave again
and when you pass me by
i will smile and then i’ll walk away


Bison ~ Elk Island National ParkYellowhead Highway ~ October 2016

  1. Pure photography.

    • thanks so much Bob ☺️ so fun to see these bison 😀 I was so excited to see and watch them it was hard for me to shoot 🤔 I need to return again I really enjoy see no them eat and play and breathe such amazing beasts….have a happy snapping day!

  2. Wow, Hedy. These are beautiful. I’d love to see bison just out and about like this. Such proud animals. Have a great week. Cheers!

    • Chris 😀 you’re so kind i appreciate your comments…i agree they are proud..i really want to see them…have looked a few times this fall for the bison i believe i am looking for ‘feminine courage’ for ‘formulating beneficial plans’…you know i like the messages from animals…i’m off to Calgary…it will be a good week!…hope to get downtown to photograph too 😀 have a snappy week too…i can see you’ve been having fun…

      • Yes, I took a day off from studying for an adventure. Lots of studying these days but we need adventure too. Have fun in Calgary!

        • well the orange of your pumpkins is encouraging…i love that adventure feeling or a day trip…i like to travel about too…now is see you post of the bird…later 😀

  3. WOW! Bison have such incredible presence–love seeing them–and the babies! <3 We've been out there but have never seen more than a few. You got some really great pics–thank you for sharing!

    • oh i know what you mean Raven Wolfe…i love them too…i will return for sure! thank you for your comments i appreciate them <3 compose a happy day!

  4. You have such beautiful country around you. Yes, be confident but humble, the only way to face life. Have a wonderfully sloppy Sunday my friend.

    • i did have a good and relaxing day of yoga…being outside perfectly sloppy for me 😀 thank you Terry for your comments…i appreciate them…hope you’re also having a good family week 😀 sending you all joy! 😀

  5. i’ve often thought these were extinct.

    • this is a national park…600 or 700 hundred i think…i really ought to learn more about them…i’m so curious about them…the power of their size and their eyes…i was so close my heart was pounding…i was in the car…or just beside…i’m such an urban being that just seeing them was a treat…have a happy week Gavin! 😀

  6. Magnificent mammal! in Europe we are repopulating so they do not burn out. Some images beautiful and … cold!

  7. Wow, it must have been amazing to see that! I love the way you’ve captured the light. I think my favourites are the third and fourth.

    • it was a wonderful morning and the sun moves quickly now so i did have to fiddle with settings and the places the bison choose to stand 😉 they are dynamic beasts…need to learn more about them…thanks for your comments Alison…sending joy for a happy day!

  8. I love the National Parks in Alberta, so much wildlife to be seen.
    The emeral coloured lakes are amazing too, I’ve only seen emerald coloured water before in Hawaii, I think it’s a rare colour for water.

    Teriifc photos, Hedy.
    You captured their grandeur and ancient history.

  9. wow, Hedy, that is stunning…. …and so close! Smiles 🙂

  10. fun being out and about with these guys?
    guess they didn’t pay you no mind.
    have a sweet and salty week dear friend

    • no not really…some mothers breathed a bit louder…i was close to the car and in the car…i really like that ‘sweet and salty week dear friend’…that’s perfectly fitting…thanks so much Eddie for your teachings and friendship…sending you joy and many smiles 😀

  11. Right! You’ve had snow out west. It adds to the contrast and cool feeling in the photos. I looked at your tags and looked at the animals and my foggy brain said – “but those aren’t elk.” So are there elk in the park too?

    • Well Etown did 😀 now i’m in cowtown and it’s dry and fall like…as far as i know there are no elk but there is coyote, plains bison, moose, mule deer, lynx, beaver, elk, white-tailed deer, porcupine, and wood bison are year round sometime black bears and gray wolves roam within this park, but they are not commonly seen by wildlife viewers and there is over two hundred and fifty bird species most notable among these are the red-necked grebes, American white pelicans, double-crested cormorants, great blue herons, red-tailed hawks, American bitterns and the trumpeter swans…i only seen bison, moose, deer and beavers…it’s quite an amazing and rather unstated national park…i will return…have a snappy happy day Bunty! 🙂

  12. Thanks for your, like, on my, Maple In Fill Color, on Elm Drive Images.

  13. Wow ! Your photos are so stunning ! Thank you for visiting so that I could visit you ….

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