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In Alberta, Architecture, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Canada, Colour photography, Foto, Fotografia, Fotos, FujiX100s, Imagemaker, Music words, Reflection, Street, Street photography, Urban life on 2016/10/23 at 05:00

According to Buddha

It may be an ideal village where the residents will have plain living and high thinking.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

one love
two hearts
too old to be
scared of the darkness
so close
so far apart

***

dowtown Calgary, Alberta ~ October 2016

  1. Stunning images, Hedy. I like the red car. And how the red and blue colors are floating through your images. Very cool.

    • thank you Reinhold…yes the red and blue floating through the Calgary images…i did try for that…the car was a fast surprise the evening was very enjoyable to see the skyline over the city 😀 have a beautiful day ~ smiles hedy

  2. Interesting progression and layout of photographs also very excellent photos.
    sending peace and pleasantries on this Sunday, Eddie

    • ahhhhh Eddie you know…i played with layout and visual storytelling…this post was about my sister and i being together…over looking our home town…i appreciate your clever observations and yes i have my day planned with some kundalini yoga…and maybe a nap 😀 smiles and joy to you Eddie! 😀

  3. What a pretty city. I’ve never been there. Thank you for sharing. Have a great week, Hedy. Cheers!

    • i was born in Calgary…it is a pretty city…it’s still Albertan…so yes i often feel i don’t belong but ok i’m here 😉 😀 to use the words from Eddie Two Hawks…it has been a sweet and salty week…i imagine this week will be sweeter with the little grandbaby coming to visit…we are still in hospice mode with my father…it’s been a long story…and i continue to learn a lot…thank you Chris i appreciate your comments! smiles and joy your way ~ hedy

      • I’m sure your grand baby will bring much joy. Best wishes for you and your father. Have a good week. Cheers

        • for sure 😀 it’s been an interesting visual juxtaposition…it’s been a long story…and i have learned a lot about medical errors, hospitals, post care and now end of life care…here in Alberta we need a conversation…there is a tsunami of people coming in…as we have issues around best practice, cultural values and human rights for end of life..now i have some work to do 😀 and i’m curious about your studies…i’d love to learn Cuban Spanish…or play electric guitar….smiles…kind of left a little hedy head thought… 😉

          • I recall a passionate post about your father’s care. Our culture struggles with the same issues. My studies …interesting stuff. It’s a challenging course of study but the faculty and program are amazing. Guitar? I was thinking that might be the next thing after grad school. Enjoy your work today

          • You have fun too…off to yoga to breathe ☺️ sending you thinking vibes for happy learning 🤓

  4. great series, Hedy, again! I like the lights an shadows in your impressing photos. smiles 🙂

  5. i know the feeling… will be meeting terry this week as she is in the hague at my mom’s house. yes, i now have to mention two, my mom’s and my dad’s…

  6. The third and the fourth ones are my favorites! But I like all of them, great colours and perspectives. 🙂

  7. Calgary is a fab city, its become very cosmoplitan over the years.
    Lots of great places to eat, too.

    Terrific pics, as usual.

    • Genie thanks so much for your comments…i appreciate them…and yes Calgary does have some fine dining…i really like the views…and seeing the mountains…compose a happy day ~ smiles hedy 😀

      • I love that too, Hedy.

        That’s fun “compose a happy day”, I suppose it is that way, our attitude composes our view in how we deal with the ups and downs that every day brings. ~ smiles genie 😀 🎋 🔮

        • yes…it’s a ride…sometimes high/low tide…or a sweet and salty day…you know Genie 😀 thank you for your comments…i appreciate it ~ smiles to you!

  8. Calgary looks like a lovely city, I must get there sometime soon. Hope your week is full of joy. Up with my grandson this weekend. 😄

    • back down later…and i also get to have some grandbaby time 😀 that’s the best! have fun maybe a motorbike ride? 😀 smiles and joy to you and your family 😀

  9. Sounds great, more grand baby time. By the way how is your dad doing?

    • thank you for asking Terry…such a long journey for my father…and for our little family it is tiring and difficult to witness…ask Eddie Two Hawks taught me the sweet and salty days…as his advocate i’m learning a lot about death and dying rituals from a woman named Sarah Kerr and I work with another woman Janet Bullard for patient rights in Palliative care…reading more…and more…and visiting…sitting and looking…it’s a surreal experience that we all know or have lived or will live…it’s being in this life…i think we need more breath and depth conversations about death and end of life…it’s normal…yet abnormal…beautiful but bizarre…i just wish for him peace…i will be with him this week…making as sweet as possible 😀 hugs and smiles to you Terry! have fun with your grandson too 😀

  10. Esplendida galería de imagenes, Hedy! My favorites: the red car and the cups ….. y la noche! Almost all! 🙂

    • Jacintº thank you very much…yes old and sharp…my father taught me a lot about cars…and yes cheers! 😉 😀 aclamaciones! i think that is correct 😀 hedy

  11. Wonderful captures Hedy. I think the first and last are my favourites. There’s something quite compelling about the red car – the composition, the way you’ve captured the shine on it, and the splash of orange drawing the eye to the orange door. Beautiful.
    The last photo – I love the golden light, the capture of a quiet city street with just a lone person walking – where? It draws me in.
    Alison

    • the car went by so quickly…just a click click moment the clearest image i took was it driving off but i choose this closer one…it felt the best…plus i was right by it and that’s always fun…yes a very clean car…also i like how you wrote ‘a lone person walking – where? It draws me in’…i went to Gestalt composition workshop…the lecturer spoke about ‘beings’ in photographs…and the narratives they can tell…i really enjoy street photography…have a happy day and thanks Alison for your comments 😀 always appreciated 😀

  12. Excellent photos.

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