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In Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Edmonton, Fotos, FujiX100s, Landscape, Words of music on 2017/04/26 at 04:00

According to Buddha

From joy people are born; for joy they live; in joy they melt at death. Death is an ecstasy, for it removes the burden of the body and frees the soul of all pain springing from body identification. It is the cessation of pain and sorrow. 

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

i’ll talk to your eyes
that i love so much
but if you go
i won’t cry
though the good is gone
from the word goodbye
if you go away
as i know you must

***

William Hawrelak Park, Edmonton ~ April 2017

 

  1. And Death Shall Have No Dominion…

  2. You still had some serious and fresh snow this month. These are wonderful. I love how it clings to the trees, Hedy. Cheers

  3. going from the place where
    tangible love melts into pure love.
    wishing these days be yours forever

  4. Such a beautiful set of images, Hedy! The lone white gull is superb…

    Hmmm. Still a little snowy in Alberta…still wishing you a wonderful spring day. 🙂

  5. The seagull picture is really beautiful!

  6. Absolutely gorgeous snowy trees–and the feathers on the seagull’s wings–wow!
    This last snowfall was so lovely. I love seeing fresh animal tracks–the only time I get a “picture” of what my pups find so fascinating.

    • wasn’t it Raven Wolfe…i love to see the birds…and yes i saw lots of duck and geese tracks…now it’s muddy 😀 have a happy day with your critters 😀

  7. You’re still in winter mode?
    After some spring days it is coolish here again – but that looks too cold for summer.
    Though I love the photos!

  8. Wonderful winter photos. And yes we are whole again in death, my late wife can now breath easily and run as she never could.

    • i do love spring snow…and yes Anton is on another plane and he is free too…i’m happy about that for him ❤ hugs Terry enjoy your grandson! 😀

      • Back now, it was a wonderful time with my youngest grandson. Best part was the 2 down here got to go and see their cousin and celebrate the birthday also. Just a magical time was had by all. Happy days to you Hedy.

  9. One of the best versions of ‘If You Go Away’ Ever! And beautiful photographs.
    Alison

  10. all are excellent.

  11. I wondered what might possibly follow your last post, and this is what. That middle gull in arrested flight, coming where it does, being surrounded by so much snow and beauty and intense feeling, it’s a breath-catcher. Keep being present, and take care.

    • thank you kindly Lynn…yes i’m doing my work to stay grounded…these snowy days add to the beyond beige tone…so i love the white blanket but of course some sunshine and warmth on my bones would feel good too…the seagulls totem message of ‘It’s time to vocalize your thoughts, words or intentions. Speak up!’…and i like that for many reasons in this moment…yoga and mediation and my camera keep me present…i appreciate your kind comments…have a wonderful day photographing Lynn 😀

  12. Spring snow, wildlife, Jacques Brel…perfect combination, Hedy.

  13. Looks great! 🙂 Like all your posts of course.. 😉 In the last few days I actually had no time to check my reader and new posts that often, but I like all of them! 🙂 Even if this one makes me feel cold… I am so happy about spring! 😉

    • Lisah 😀 i so appreciate your kind words…appreciate you saying…and yes spring is wonderful too! compose a beautiful day ~ smiles hedy 😀 😀 😀

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