sloppy buddhist

The larger ‘Teen Do Paanch’ game number

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Colour photography, Edmonton, Emotion, Flora, Foto, Fotografia, Fotos, FujiX100s, Imagemaker, iPhoneography, Landscape, Macro, Mobile photography, Outdoors, Photography, Photowalking, Reflection, Words of music on 2017/01/11 at 05:00

According to Buddha

The law of miracles is operable by any wo/man who has realized that the essence of creation is light. A master is able to employ her/his divine knowledge of light phenomena to project instantly into perceptible manifestation ubiquitous light atoms. The actual form of the projection (whatever it be: a tree, a medicine, a human body) is determined by the yogi’s wish and by his/her power of will and visualization.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

decisions as i go, to anywhere i flow
sometimes i believe, a time where we should know
i can fly high, i can go long
today i got a million, tomorrow, i don’t know
make me feel the warm, make me feel the cold
it’s written in our story, it’s written on the walls
this is our call, we rise and we fall
dancin’ in the moonlight, don’t we have it all?


Terwillegar Park, Edmonton, Alberta ~ January 2017

  1. wonderful details of organic pattern. What a great homage to nature, Hedy. 🙂

  2. These are lovely photos, for a sloppy buddhist you have a wonderful understanding of the play of light, shadow and texture. You have been a good student of your teacher. All the best for a great end of the week.

    • thank you kindly Terry 😀 it is all about the light…i learned that with a gig i did for a gala event…i was 4th photographer…and my photos did not work at all…it is all about the light…also i love outdoors…so fresh…hard to be out these days…but the warmth is coming…windy smiles to you Terry! have a super fun day 😀

  3. Our ‘feeling’ nature more than opens the mind’s eye to look deep within.
    Incredible visuals provide us each with an interpretation of the ‘essence of creation’.
    A beautiful post Hedy, have a most enjoyable day

  4. WOW! Gorgeous collection of trees and tree bark–from the rugged to the most delicate. Tree bark has always fascinated me–infinite variations and things to see in the patterns. They are all absolutely lovely–the last pic looks like it could have horse hair in it? The third pic reminds me of an owl or a bat–and the eye in the next one–so cool! Thank you for sharing how you see the world! 🙂

    • Raven Wolfe thank you so much…you know i love the woods…and like you i see so many things within inside the beautiful birch trees 🙂 compose a cozy day…the warmth is arriving soon! smiles hedy 😀

  5. The first picture reminds me of a graphic wallpaper my parents used to have when I was little. 🙂
    Thanks for reminding me.

  6. Beautiful post! Gave me the tingles 🙂

  7. Excellent sequence. 🙂
    Many thanks for visiting my mess of blogs.

  8. the first one is my fave.

    • 😀 thank you Gavin…it reminds me of Alberta…and when i was young…these are my favourite woods in edmonton…have a wonderful friday ~ cheers hedy 😀

  9. Beautiful pictures.

  10. Terrifically moody and warm photos!

  11. feeling drawn in
    to look even
    closer, hedy 🙂

  12. fantastic details, so tactile!!

  13. Each of these natural images–perhaps because of the way the focus bleeds into something much softer within the frame–invokes in me the sensation of presence, of that ephemeral wandering presence that abides in all things. A fragrance of being. Beautiful textures, colors, and light.


    • such beautiful words Michael…appreciated…i love birch trees…and i had a lot of fun playing with my tiny lenses too…compose a beautiful day ~ smiles hedy 🙂

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