sloppybuddhist

number of the square root 24.269322199

In Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Fotografia, FujiX100s, Landscape, Photography, Reflection, Words of music on 2017/07/30 at 04:00

According to Buddha

Ordinary love is selfish, darkly rooted in desires and satisfactions. Divine love is without condition, without boundary, without change. The flux of the human heart is gone forever at the transfixing touch of pure love.

Hedy Bach Photography - Good Spirit storm - 1

Hedy Bach Photography - Good spirit storm - 5

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Hedy Bach Photography - Good spirit storm - 9

Hedy Bach Photography - Good spirit storm - 10

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Hedy Bach Photography - Good spirit storm - 12

can i please stay in the clouds forever?
’cause i really like it here

if they can see what i can see
if they can hear what i can hear
if only they can see what i can see
they would really like it here

just look at everything in front of you
then look from above

***

Good Spirit LakeBurgis Beach, Saskatchewan ~ July 2017

  1. Beautiful work❣️Thanks for sharing.

  2. OOOOk-lahoma, where the wind comes sweepin’ down the plain,
    And the wavin’ wheat can sure smell sweet, When the wind comes right behind the rain.

  3. I struggle with this still, every so often touching that place of silence. Thank you for this encouragement.

  4. These incredible photos illustrate a super ordinary love that is beyond selfish, only
    possible on Earth as great sacrifices are made. Brilliant
    a delight day for a day dream

    • oh Eddie thank you kindly…i also love day dreams 😀 i appreciate your comments and connections…yes brand new 24 hours 🙂 staying in the now ~ 😀

  5. Oh! I love your photos so much, Hedy! Those daring rays of sunshine piercing through the clouds look beautiful! Thank you for sharing these! 😄😘

  6. Those beams of light in the third picture and also the others, truly beautiful.

    • i was so amazed Peter…i’ve seen paintings…and i was reminded of them…the air and sound and smells were also wonderful…a fleeting summer storm was the best! have a good day ~ hedy 😀

  7. I get it. Clouds. Both Sides Now. Beautiful pics, with a sweet song, and a Joni Mitchell sentiment.

  8. how strong those impulses of desires, for satisfaction, when we aren’t grasping for them, we are grasping for divine love as if it were a lover. splendid weaving of image and words that offer a letting go

    • yes Eliot letting go of the rope…that is hard work for me…being outside and with critters and babies helps me a lot…appreciate your thoughtful comment ~ sending you joy smiles hedy 😀

      • i once read it described as a pond that released the reflection of a cloud once it has passed the pond by. I’ve always like it described like that, but still at times it seems a impossible task (of course, perceiving it as a “task” is path to failure)

        • i know my life is a constant transition…like waves…that i know choose to float through…riding them was tiring…and yes i agree it’s all practice and staying awake for me 😀 i like your words Elliot they remind me of a yoga nidra that i also love to practice…for me sleep is the best mediation 😀 and being outside i love that too…

  9. You are having such a great time with the camera lately, aren’t you? These are transcendent! The last three are so strong – but they all are. You should print some of these. And I like the way you framed the grouping with a bit of earth – grass in the first, shoreline in the last, just air and water in between. Wonderful. (Did you have to finally run for cover? Looks like quite a storm out there).

    • such a fleeting moment i was awed seeing the clouds and sun…thank you saying Lynn and yes my little black box is therapeutic…mediative…puts my hedy head in a calm space…so i stay in that moment…and for my sloppy blog i am intentional in seeking beauty…which is joyful for me…and i love learning new things…i also need to push myself to become better with the skills of a becoming photographer…it was the best ’17 summer storm yet…and the rains came down and then passed back with big sunshine…i have printed about 10 images so far…i also am learning more about this part of the process…appreciate your comments 😀 thank you! 😀

      • There’s always more to learn, in every way, isn’t there? We don’t get storms much here, I do miss the excitement and the sense of being cleansed. It’s funny, Seattlites are also a very unstormy bunch, for the most part – reserved, unexpressive, polite to a fault. Maybe they need more stormy weather to get things going. 😉 (Beauty isn’t a bad thing, eh?)

  10. Just such wonderful photos of the sky, and yes divine love is the ultimate love we can have.
    Have a wonderful week Hedy.

    • Best boomer of the year…and then the lake just made it even more beautiful…i love a good late day summer storm…the word love continues to be a curious one for me…some many varying definitions…intensity, quality and limitations…emotional give and take…and the kind of love transcends all conventions…reading around Buddha works also expands my understandings…i have a good week planned…i have homework 😀 😉 have a happy week too Terry!

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  12. Breathtaking!

  13. Such a soft dreamy feeling.
    Alison

  14. so wonderful how you catches that light. I’m impressed and I love the mood in this images. many smiles over the cloudy pond 🙂 🙂 🙂

  15. May I stay here forever too?

  16. Lovely. Thank you. “Sasctchun”? 🙂 I didn’t picture it thus. I have cousins out there. A distant branch of the family 🙂
    Take care Hedy
    (Brian)
    😉

  17. Oh wow Hedy, super dramatic gorgeous here! How could you run from clouds such as these when the urge to run into them is completely irresistible.

    • it was a wow experience and so beautiful to me…colours, sounds, and the smell of fresh rain…it’s a lake called “good spirit’ seems fitting to me…first time to this part of Canada for me…it’s a little gem 😀

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