sloppy buddhist

J.D. Robb’s suite number

In Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Flora, Fotografia, Imagemaker, Landscape, Lifestyle, Photography, Saskatchewan, Truth, Words of music on 2017/09/27 at 04:00

According to Buddha

Abstaining from lying, from tale-bearing, from harsh language, and from vain talk; this is called the Mundane Right Speech which yields worldly fruits and brings good results.

Hedy Bach Photography ~ White Butte Trails - 1

Hedy Bach Photography ~ White Butte Trails - 4

Hedy Bach Photography ~ White Butte Trails - 8

Hedy Bach Photography ~ White Butte Trails - 10

Hedy Bach Photography ~ White Butte Trails - 5

Hedy Bach Photography ~ White Butte Trails - 11.jpg

Hedy Bach Photography ~ White Butte Trails - 9

Hedy Bach Photography ~ White Butte Trails - 7

your life is now your life is now your life is now
in this undiscovered moment
lift your head up above the crowd
we could shake this world
if you would only show us how
your life is now


White Butte Recreation, Regina,  Saskatchewan ~ September 2017

  1. splendid captures, can feel / hear a (mundane) breeze in the terrain. and dog is awesome, caught in just the right joyous stride.

  2. Beautiful, and a great song…a lesson in mindfulness. Mellencamp is a bit underrated, lyrics are real.

    • his lyrics seemed most fitting in light of all my hedy thoughts these past days…and yes underrated i agree Van 😀 compose a beautiful day!

  3. Wonderful words, music and photos. I especially like the last one of the little one, something has his attention. Enjoy.

  4. Wow, some nice images here. The dog is just awesome; both his exuberance and how you captured it. I also really liked the birch trees and wheat and the leading line of that fence. Have a great week Hedy. Cheers!

  5. Autumn. The light gets tired, colours are getting dim, still the sun tries her best. I love the picture with the fence and the red leaves and the photo with the birches. Autumn is smiling, with a little melancholy of course, that is her nature.

    • yes the changing seasons brings a sense of melancholy of course…so true Peter and i love your description of seeing autumn smiling…still some smiling days here 😀 appreciate your thoughtful comments compose a beautiful day ~ smiles hedy 😀

  6. Wow-wow-wow! Autumn captured in all its glorious colours and richness! I love them all–that path encircled by nature coming to rest–and that fence with all its years of character and the red leaves around it-wow! Love, love the birch trees and the pup “in flight” and the adorable little human with the golden hair and the fields to match–and the big prairie sky…I could go on and on! Absolutely gorgeous–thank you so much for sharing! These filled my heart with joy! <3 Wishing you a wonderful week. <3

    • yes Raven Wolfe a pup “in flight” she’s a delight…this would be a beautiful space to ride…you’d love it and so would your horses! i so appreciate your kind words <3 always so thoughtful…my heart was filled too…i had a lovely time…it’s rather peaceful there 😀 but now back in sunny etown…practicing ^_^ 😀 smiles and hugs <3

  7. Beautiful shots, Hedy. There are three that stand out. The fence, the child, and the dog. But especially the dog!

    • the child who LOVES trucks…more and more and the bigger the better…his parents also loved your post Emilio 😀 and yes Penny is quiet the the star! thank you kindly for your comments appreciated ~ smiles hedy ps. i will write you 😀

  8. Immense, wide and wonderful wildness and then the small fragile presence that makes it personal and habitable, as always you are a master of [the] narrative!

    • humble thank you Earthstills 😀 i so agree the small fragile presence that makes it personal and habitable…it’s all about perspectives…Saskatchewan…land and sky…and now a little grandson ^_^ 😀 so fun! appreciate your comments ~ smiles hedy 😀

  9. wonderful composition and perspectives…. ….so impressing, Hedy… …like always 🙂 🙂 🙂 smiles

  10. Amazing landscapes.

  11. So much Right Speech in these images, Hedy. The world speaks so softly, and yet so grandly…


  12. More beautiful photographs from you…such expansiveness in those skies and landscapes. I love the birches & grasses, the fence, all the textures, the last image…
    It’s clear that right speech would be what was happening there, if any speech at all.
    (And it’s funny how precepts are translated differently – “tale-bearing” I’ve seen as “gossip.” And each translation has its connotations. My parents said, “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything.” That one brought out the rebellious streak in me, but now I can see common ground with Right Speech.

    • thank you kindly Lynn…each day i make it an intention to look/see beauty…it has changed me 😀 and composing post on sloppy is about that for me 😀 and yes those words also linger for me…and funny how many ppl still say “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything.” …i think about other sayings my mother says “i don’t care who started it…” i always appreciated the work of academic scholars Elizabeth St. Pierre and ‎Wanda Pillow who wrote about gossip in Working the ruins : feminist poststructural theory and methods in education…i still have a rebel within Lynn 😀

  13. so beautiful.

  14. A crisp capture of autumn ~ the second shot is a little look at bliss in the countryside. Perfect. Words not needed, but the ones you provide are a perfect complement.

  15. Beautiful images…and what an inviting place.

    • indeed very inviting…it’s a little gem just outside of Regina…thank you for your comments Scott! compose a beautiful day ~ smiles hedy 😀

  16. You seem to like endless paths leading to the horizon… 🙂
    Was that little Owen in one of the shots?

  17. Life is here and now in your wonderful images .. love them 😃

  18. Absolutely majestic.

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: