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The Little Prince Asteroid number

In Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Conceptual photography, Documentary, Fotografia, Learning, Photography, Street photography, Words of music on 2017/10/18 at 04:00

According to Buddha

It is not a pumping-in from the outside that gives wisdom; it is the power and extent of your inner receptivity that determines how much you can attain of true knowledge, and how rapidly. You can quicken your evolution by awakening and increasing the receptive power of your brain cells.

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i’ve been on tenterhooks, ending in dirty looks
list’ning to the muzak, thinking ’bout this ‘n’ that
she said, “that’s that, i don’t want to chitter-chat”
turn it down a little bit or turn it down flat
pump it up, when you don’t really need it
pump it up, until you can feel it

***

Oilfield Technical Society, Edmonton, Alberta ~ September 2017

  1. Again, great processing.

    • Thank you thank you Rabirius ☺️😀 I’ve been in cowtown being a “go go” which is a grandmother 🙃🙂 now back catching up on my hedy life! Hope you are well and creating more beauty ~ smiles hedy 😀

  2. Wonderful captures. Is this a museum open to the public? An interesting place to explore i imagine.
    Listen and be open, if everyone would try to be still and just listen for a change what they might learn.
    Hope you are having a great week.

    • it is open to the public only been there once with my foto friday friends…and yes i like spaces like this as i see many things 😀 listening is hard work…i wrote about that once…have a nice quiet day Terry always appreciate your thoughtful thoughts! smiles hedy 😀

  3. stunning, Hedy, wow…. …that is so cool. No Words! wow… 🙂 🙂 🙂

    • 😀 thank you kindly Markus 😀 cool words can be superfluous at times…have a ‘cool’ day…i’m heading back to etown…windy smiles over the pond ^_^ 😀

  4. At first I thought the pictures and music was about bycicle tires 🙂 (One is from Holland or one is not 🙂 )I like the pictures a lot. And apart from that, your posts often lead to songs that I didn’t know of. Elvis Costello! Awww… How young and lean. I find his voice in the verse sounds a lot like Johns Lennons in rowdier songs. Neat clip! So I’m enriched again. How wonderful is that! Getting richer every day.

    • that’s wonderful Peter i’ve been a long time lover of Costello…always so nice to feel enriched and your comments and thoughtful reflections are appreciated! thank you! smiles hedy 😀

  5. Finally. You’ve reached the point of no return. I have no idea what I’m looking at. 🙂 And yet, I like your work.

  6. Love these silvery blues, like creatures from the deep lagoon!

    • humble thank you Patti…i do too 😀 i also saw some deep greens too…i had fun with these images…have a wonderful day ~ many smiles hedy 🙂

  7. Hedy, I really like the textures in this. You find such creative places to shoot. I hope you are having a wonderful week. Cheers

    • i’m retired! and i have time to search and learn with foto friends…i’m grateful for these experiences…thank you for your comments always appreciated Chris! enjoy your fall walk today ~ smiles hedy 😀

  8. I especially like the 3rd image. Fascinating all!

  9. These are beautiful, Hedy! And they flow together so well. The blue was a great choice.

    • Humble thank you Lynn it was a fun adventure for me 🤓 I’ve joined a small abstract foto group so learning more along the way 😀 appreciate you saying !

  10. Excellent series, Hedy. Your eye for details and composition is outstanding.

    • humble thank you Jane…i’m enjoying the arty part of playing in lightroom…one day i will try photoshop…so much to learn along the way…i so enjoy the post work now in photography ~ have a beautiful week Jane ~ smiles hedy 🙂

      • Hi Hedy, Me, too, and want to explore more creative avenues. I have taken a PS course but I’m more comfortable in LR which I find more intuitive. Adobe has great tutorials as does YouTube. Lots of good info out there.

        • yes i prefer to learn the processes in smaller chunks of learning…so much out there to learn from one is lynda.com‎
          also one to one teaching and learning with foto friends is helpful…have a snappy day Jane! 😀

  11. You do chose very different subjects. I like that. 🙂

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