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Vulcan number by Rowland White

In Art, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Conceptual photography, Emotion, Foto, iPhone photography, Macro, Minimal photography, Photography, Words of music on 2017/10/01 at 04:00

According to Buddha

Instead of allowing ourselves to be led and trapped by our feelings, we should let them disappear as soon as they form, like letters drawn on water with a finger.

Hedy Bach Photography ~ glass block - 1

Hedy Bach Photography ~ glass block - 3

Hedy Bach Photography ~ glass block - 5

Hedy Bach Photography ~ glass block - 4

Hedy Bach Photography ~ glass block - 7

ooh woo, i’m a rebel just for kicks, now
i been feeling it since 1966, now
might’ve had your fill, but you feel it still
ooh woo, i’m a rebel just for kicks, now
let me kick it like it’s 1986, now
might be over now, but i feel it still

***

glass blocks ~ urban Regina, Saskatchewan ~ September 2017

  1. Wonderful explorations in glass, Hedy! Very cool…

    • nice as i sipped a coffee i could see those shapes and patterns…reminded me of inuit art…well of course only in a sense…but i saw birds and people and i liked them too 🙂 have a wonderful day Mic ~ smiles hedy 😀

  2. Wow, a very creative idea. Those glass blocks do really distort and make things look interesting. Have a great week, Hedy. Cheers!

    • all with my iphone i inverted them for the colour…always fun to play with that little camera too…hope your week is a fun one…yes i’m off again to see the wee one…that makes me happy (ier) 😀 sending your teaching joy ~ hedy

  3. Mesmerizing. Love the distortions in the glass reflections.

  4. Fantastic post in every way, dear Hedy.

    Compose yourself a wonderful Sunday,
    Love, ❤️
    Genie xoxox 😘

    Great find:

  5. Trippy, feel like I stepped back in to the 60’s.

  6. I hadn’t seen your posts in my mail this morning. Again, I am very sorry for what happened in E-Town. (And elsewhere) How many deaths will it take?
    Be safe…

  7. These are amazing, and beautiful!
    Alison

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  9. what cool idea, Hedy… …wonderful abstractions… …and yes, the Iphone is always a good companion on our… …funny smiles through the glass 🙂 🙂 🙂

  10. Oh, I’ve loved glass bricks since I was a child! We lived on the outskirts of Syracuse and there was a building somewhere downtown that I would only see when we went into town, which was rarely. I remember those glass bricks, and there was a wall by a parking lot painted a brilliant, strong but dark blue, like an Yves Klein blue. That too was memorable. Your photos are terrific – looks like you were having fun again! 🙂

    • i’ve been back and forthing between etown and Regina so i’m delayed in responding here….and yes being with little grandson is delightful and fun! These glass blocks are in our daughters house…i was seeing things 😉 and the light allowed me to see many things 😀 have a wonderful weekend Lynn! smiles hedy 😀

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