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In Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Emotion, Foto, Fotografia, Fotos, iPhoneography, Minimal photography, Reflection, Words of music on 2017/02/22 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Concentration consists in focusing one hundred percent attention upon one thing at a time. All efficient people possess some power of concentration as a byproduct of the vocation or avocation they follow.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

what makes this fragile world go ’round?
were you ever lost
was she ever found?

somewhere in these eyes

fall back into place

***

sunday dinner ~ Edmonton, Alberta ~ February 2017

  1. Hmmm. A colorful guessing game to start my Wednesday. I think the fist one is a group of potatoes and the second is an avocado after that lost. Very creative, Hedy. Cheers.

  2. Orange you glad I didn’t say banana?
    Very concentrated, interesting series; hope it tasted good too.

  3. Great set, Hedy. Noticing and giving attention to color, texture, light, and aroma of food…so then the question for the sloppy buddhist: “Is concentration and mindfulness the same thing or are they opposites? Or does one encompass the other?”

    • oh i needed a coffee to respond…i think visually…but here are some words..

      concentration i’m told is a one-pointedness of mind..forcing the mind to remain on one static point..so absorbed in/on the object of concentration that you forget all inessential things..settles down on one item and ignores everything else…

      mindfulness is not dependent on any particular circumstance, physical or otherwise…it is pure noticing…free to notice whatever comes up…and perhaps, exists in every moment…every circumstance…has no fixed object of focus…It observes change…a nonegoistic alertness…just looking…it is inclusive…but really i don’t know…but i do know is i love my ‘monkey mind’…

      enjoyed my coffee and thinking about these words Mic…now i’m off to happy hips yoga and mediate! 😀

  4. the colors! guess they are alll fruits?

  5. Wonderful photos I would have never guessed some of those without the hints above. Keep up the posts Hedy. Have a sloppy day.

    • Thanks Terry ☺ I always see some things within…almost like an eye was looking back at me…do love the little lenses…yes a sloppy work day…sorting and organizing…staying focused 😉😀 compose a fun day!

  6. I started guessing and looked at the tags. Spoiler!!!! Very colorful, tasteful and cool series. Different. I like these images. They beautiful fit into a kitchen. Like the yellow one most. That is my fav. Thanks for sharing, Hedy.

    • Well I had to figure out those categories and tags correctly 🤓 thank you Reinhold for your comments I appreciate them 😀 compose a delicious day ~ smiles hedy

  7. Beautiful colors.

  8. I love that my mind has a Photoshop program capable of resolving these images into a meaning that has been with me my entire life. And I love that your mind has a Photoshop program capable of capturing these slideshows of life’s movement and setting them aside for such pure study.

    Peace
    Michael

    • Thank you kindly Michael ☺ I appreciate you saying slideshows of life’s movement… such wonderful words compose a beautiful day Michael! Om hedy 😀

  9. so clever to make
    the serious
    abstract
    & edible, hedy 🙂

  10. wow, what a wonderful effect in all this photos just by this burring out. Common things seem now so beautiful. Great work and wonderful idea. 🙂 smiles over the pond 🙂

  11. Wonderful closeups! I love when things turn into something different – at least you can read it into them – only because your close or far or look from a different angle.

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