sloppy buddhist

chemical reaction (R)-lactate + 2 ferricytochrome number

In Art, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Fotos, Imagemaker, iPhone photography, iPhoneography, Macro, Photography, Words of music on 2017/03/26 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Somehow all things have perfectly come together to bring us into existence, the chemical reactions, water, the perfect temperature, the perfect gravitational force…somehow, organisms started evolving on this beautiful earth, the sunlight providing life to everything, and the perfect system to assimilate the energies and sustain life, then came the fish and the frog and the monkey and the man.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

it’s a beautiful day
sky falls, you feel like
it’s a beautiful day
don’t let it get away


frozen berries from the woods ~Edmonton, Alberta ~ March 2017

  1. Very cool 😉 set of photographs, Hedy. The Buddha passage reminds me of the Gaia ( hypothesis that was popular a few decades back regarding the co-evolution of climate and life.

    • thanks Mic appreciate you saying…i don’t know much about James Lovelock and Lynn Margulis…will read further about the co-evolution of climate and life…thanks for sharing…have a wonderful day! 😀

      • I found it to be an interesting hypothesis and still do but I don’t know how much weight it has in current climate science. There is a book called The Co-Evolution of Climate and Life by Stephan Schneider I think that is readable but maybe more than you want to know about it. 🙂 Have a good week, Hedy!

        • So many contested issues…I don’t know but will for sure take a look…don’t know Schneider’s work…always good to know more and learn along the way…thanks Mic! 🙂

  2. What a cool set of abstracts. I came up with several guesses but needed your explanation to figure it out, Hedy. Cheers

    • 😀 thanks Chris…i froze some berries i collected from the woods…used my little lenses with my iPhone and then used a couple of editing filters to make these visual composites…a little tiny experiment for me…mostly a lot of fun! have a happy teaching week back!

      • Wow, that sounds like quite the process. A nice result for your work. Thank you, I am heading out to teach this morning. Have a great week, Hedy. Cheers

  3. I like the reaction. Cool!

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  5. yes, a beautiful day, hedy!
    and i thought perhaps
    you were thinking
    of this one

    • thanks for sharing David

      White bird
      In a golden cage
      On a winter’s day
      In the rain

      But the white bird
      Just sits in her cage

      lovely words….

      sending sunshine smiles ~ hedy 😀

  6. Saskatoons? Such lovely pictures–I love the colour magic within those berries. I usually find it on my fingers. 🙂
    I noticed the Crows were back early this week–and the weather has been getting better ever since. We will see wild berry bushes flowering quite soon!

    • i picked them a little while ago and then froze them so i could try more macro work…i love these little berries too…and yes i saw a tree full of crows yesterday…the geese have returned too…like you i look forward to those flowering bushes…have a beautiful day Raven Wolfe 😀

  7. Wonderful abstract photos Hedy.

  8. Every one is a beautiful abstract painting that I could see enlarged (to huge) and hanging on my wall. If I had a wall 🙂

    • humble thanks Alison…i really enjoy composing these images from start to finish…it’s a little experiment…i love to get those surprises…and learn a little more along the way in post editing work…ahhh i know you prefer the rooms with out the roof too! have a beautiful week ~ smiles hedy 😀

  9. alien life from ‘out of space’.

  10. …then came the fish and the frog and the monkey and the man and the photographer. Beautiful series. Your photography proofs that “photographer” is the next step in the evolution of our species. Love it! Reinhold

  11. you and your frozen things… ….so wonderful and inspiring… 🙂 many smiles 🙂

    • i am currently building a gallery titled frozen in my portfolio so yes indeed i do like frozen things…it’s where i live…it’s fresh a lot…also i found this artist a few years back

      and i also love Lemony

      it’s melting into our beyond beige phase…i do love spring too…but i love snow and we did not get much this year…can’t believe how fast this past winter has gone…spring smiles back to you Markus have a happy day! 😀 😀 😀

      • a gallery of frozen flowers… …cool! 🙂 looking forward to see that. Thanks for those links to that great sides. What a thrilling idea. 🙂 happy spring smiles to you 🙂

        • Working on a website and an on line portfolio….I learned a lot with the reviewers at the InFocus 2017 exhibition…enjoying learning along the way…I’ll share them once I feel satisfied to publish them…delicious sunshine! Smiles over the pond 😀

          • isn’t it such a great feeling to learn something by a community or an event? I’m happy with you. Enjoy the spell of such moments.
            What do you mean by a ‘line portfolio’?
            smiles 🙂

          • Yes…a photography portfolio not just social media platforms and then a website that will encompass all of what I have done and continue to do…I’ve named it Bach Creation…now it’s yoga time 😀

          • that sounds good… …please let me know. 🙂 smiles over the pond 🙂

          • i’ll do that…i’d appreciate your feedback…still puttering…smiles back to you Markus! 😀

  12. Brilliant photography! 🙂

  13. fascinating photos and topic sparks all sorts of thoughts, some better left unsaid
    always making me think and wonder, you’re the best
    have that ‘perfect’ day Hedy

    • humble thank you Eddie 😀 sparks are always good! appreciate your kind words…and so far all good got some ‘work’ sent off…and now i can play with some photos…so fun! sending you joy for a fun day ~ smiles hedy

  14. I very much enjoyed trying to figure out what a ferricytochrome is. Emphasis on the attempt. I gather it relates to the energetic pathways of life. But I kept thinking it was something you would need on your holster if you were working your photographs over in a dark room… Savoring the mystery. 🙂


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