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7 with 5 bookends

In Buddhist philosophical concepts, Canada, Colour photography, Conceptual photography, Edmonton, Emotion, Fotografia, FujiX100s, iPhoneography, Photography, Reflection, Words of music on 2017/06/11 at 04:00

According to Buddha

I am beyond everything finite; I now see that the Spirit, alone in a space with Its ever-new joy, has expressed Itself as the vast body of nature.
I am the stars,
I am the waves,
I am the Life of all,
I am the laughter within all hearts,
I am the smile on the faces of the flowers and in each soul.
I am the Wisdom and Power that sustain all creation.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography - airplane clouds - 1

Hedy Bach Photography - talus balls - 3

Hedy Bach Photography - airplane clouds - 6

Hedy Bach Photography - Talus balls - 2_

Hedy Bach Photography - airplane clouds - 3

i am a star, the tear of the sun
i am a wonder, a wonder in flower
i am the spear as it cries out for blood
the word of great power
i am the wind that breathes on the sea

who but i can cast light upon the meeting of the mountains?
who but i will cry aloud the changes in the moon?
who but i will find the place where hides away the sun?

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Talus Dome + iPhone airplane clouds ~ Edmonton to Toronto ~ June 2017

  1. He is in my thoughts of happiness and in my wide smile.
    Thank you for this masterful production Hedy.
    walk a tender trail

    • walk a tender trail that’s lovely Eddie…i appreciate your wisdom…i’ll be out walking outside very soon…i love to walk and see the beauty that surrounds us…having such a lovely time now here in TO so many people everywhere…met some wonderful beings! have a smiling day 😀

    • i also appreciate Eddie’s teachings and wisdom…his words have been a great comfort to me over these past months 😀

  2. Wow. Really. The reflections in the art are…everything I want to say about Art and Life and Spirit. Wow.

  3. Amazing abstracts.

  4. It looked like a pile of ball bearings. I’d never heard of the talus dome. Thanks for posting a link, Hedy Have a great week. Cheers

  5. The text at the top reminded me of the lyrics to this Anuna track: https://youtu.be/lnXO83u29U0

    • dear Gregory the song you sent me here is so beautiful…i love Anuna’s lyrics…i think i ought to change my connection from the Imagine Dragons – Believer…yes i’m going to do that now…the sounds/lyrics feel better to me too as well…i appreciate your suggestion! thank you so much ~ many smiles hedy 😀 😀 😀

      • The song is an old pagan Irish bit of lyric, if I’m not mistaken. Anna is the national choir of Ireland – again, if I’m not mistaken – do it’s no surprise they chose that. I believe the speaker is supposed to be Lugh.

  6. I’ll bet you had a hard time finding an angle in which you didn’t show up in the balls.

    • yes i did but somehow the light seemed to work for me…i’ve tired before to shoot these…i went closer to them…low down…i really like this piece of public art…thanks again Gregory…i changed the song too…really appreciate your suggestion…thank you kindly compose a beautiful day ~ hedy

  7. Spectacular perspectives Hedy!

  8. so beautifully
    arranged, hedy!
    whooo repeats
    the howl 🙂

  9. Wow–the reflections in the balls you captured are incredible! (To use a silly expression, but one that fits here–“amaze-balls!” :D) Love the clouds too–such variation in textures–thank you for sharing!

  10. Wonderful photos, enjoy your trip.

    • Appreciate your comments Terry and yes it feels really nice to be away for a bit…miss my mutts but there are so many people here in the streets of TO…that’s fun for me to photograph! sending smiles have a happy day 😀

  11. amazing reflections

  12. I love it how this photos are alternating between order and nature. Great Series, again, Hedy. many smiles over the pond 🙂

    • hi Markus :-D…thank you! i appreciate your comments…i’ve been slow in responding this week…hoping you are well…look forward to see Point Blank and where you’ve been too…many smiles back 😀 😀 😀

  13. I love this post! Very nice! 🙂

  14. i can imagine “Cherry chatting, chewing bubble gum…Caleb has a fascinating life Kaycee 😀

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  16. Intriguing and beautiful. A pile of polished spherical mirrors seem like quite a sight. Like a short stack of all-seeing eyes. All for one and one for all! Then you have the Earth itself, a spherical jewel, too. Resplendent.

    Blessings
    Michael

    • this public art is so contested it is a pile of polished spherical metal…i love it…i also love the word resplendent…appreciate your comments Michael…happy writing my friend 😀 smiles from etown!

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