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In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Canada, Colour photography, Emotion, Foto, Fotografia, Fotos, FujiX100s, Landscape, Music words, Street photography on 2016/11/20 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Beginning with the early dawn of each day, I will radiate joy to everyone I meet. I will be mental sunshine for all who cross my path. Before the unfailing light of my cheer, darkness will take flight.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

i can’t make the hills
the system is shot
i’m living on pills
for which i thank g-d
i followed the course
from chaos to art
desire the horse
depression the cart
i sailed like a swan
i sank like a rock
but time is long gone
past my laughing stock
my page was too white
my ink was too thin
the day wouldn’t write
what the night pencilled in

***

Terwillegar Park ~ Edmonton, Alberta ~ November 2016

  1. Lovely images, Hedy. It looks like you woke up early to make these. It also looks rather cold. Brrrrrr. I like the Buddha’s words that you selected for today. Such positivity. Okay…off to the gym. Have a wonderful Sunday!

    • it was a foggy frosty morning…it felt strange for November…i’m hoping for snow now…it was so dark when the snow is here it is brighter…great gym day…i’ll do my restorative yoga later…and walk my mutts…sending you joy Chris…i appreciate your comments…have a fun day! 😀

  2. These are lovely – 2nd and 3rd image especially nice 🙂

  3. Another beautiful set of photographs, Hedy! Very nice capture of the dawning light and frosty air.

  4. thanks for sharing your thoughts, I love the phrase “desire the horse
    depression the cart”. everyone will take something different from that, good stuff. I appreciate your talent. momentummikey 🙂

  5. Wonderful images Hedy. Start each day, go through each day and end each day with a smile on your face. I so love the use of Buddha, photos and music in creating outstanding posts for us to read. Many smiles to you my friend.

    • i lift the corners of my mouth to my ears…i over smile i know 😀 it was a peaceful walk and i am humbled by your comments…thank you dear friend…you know i love composing my sloppy posts…it’s a way for me to make sense of what i am experiencing in the moment…have a gooder Terry! 😀

  6. yet despite
    unrequited longing
    beauty somehow
    prevailed 🙂

  7. Wonderful! The nature looks great in your photos, I like this series like all the others before! 😉

    • thank YOU Lisah 😀 …so kind of you to say…and nature is beautiful and i love being outside…thank you for saying…and i send you joy for a fine day! smiles hedy

  8. That is so wonderful, Hedy. What a mood, what brilliant light! Stunning! I’m deeply impressed about your work! 🙂 smiles over the pond 🙂

  9. Sometimes, Hedy, i can only shake my head and say to myself, i wish i had said something, anything, as well as that. Early morning is a great time to be out. 517 blessings

  10. Seamless: images, thoughts and poem.

    • thank you kindly John i appreciate your comments…i use the words of music…Cohen in this post…from the book of longing…

      i can’t make the hills
      the system is shot
      i’m living on pills
      for which i thank g-d
      i followed the course
      from chaos to art
      desire the horse
      depression the cart
      i sailed like a swan
      i sank like a rock
      but time is long gone
      past my laughing stock
      my page was too white
      my ink was too thin
      the day wouldn’t write
      what the night pencilled in

  11. . . . . the unfailing light of my cheer. What a beautiful phrase. And what lovely soft images of beauty. I can feel the dawn from here.
    Alison

    • it’s from the book of longing by Leonard Cohen…the poem was in my hedy head…on this early morning…best time of day ~ compose a beautiful day Alison…looking forward to a post of your travels 🙂

  12. Thank you for visiting and following my humble blog. I am enjoying yours. Ellen

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