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Nataraj HB pencil number

In Art, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Conceptual photography, Fotografia, FujiX100s, Learning, Photography, Words of music on 2017/11/19 at 05:00

According to Buddha

The source of love is deep in us and we can help others realize a lot of happiness. One word, one action, one thought can reduce another person’s suffering and bring that person joy.

hedy bach photography - landscape - grunge 2a

Hedy Bach Photography - fog bleach - 3

hedy bach photography - landscape - grunge 4a

mmmmm
will be no more
mmmmm
mmmmm
mmmmm
mmmmm
now that you’re gone, the dawn of
now that you’re gone
the sun will be no more
mmmm
the sun, will be, no more
mmmmm
will be, no more

***

North Saskatchewan RiverEdmonton, AB  ~ November 2017

  1. Universal love for all unconditionally,
    brings the greatest unfailing happiness.
    beautiful photos and post Hedy.
    arms around the world, Eddie

  2. Some of my favorite images!!!!! These are wonderful neo-impressionist images. The composition is wonderful…..the depth of the color, tones, shades and textures is so rich and holds the gaze beautifully. Nearly abstract yet not abstract. Visual meditations. Such beautiful work Hedy. Would love to see these printed to hang on a wall. Enjoy the rest of your weekend my friend.

    • well thanks kindly Mobius…total experiment…it’s very clean to mess with compared to paint…i appreciate the idea of visual meditations…i like that…such a busy weekend glad it’s the week 😀 have a happy day ~ smiles hedy

  3. This is outstandingly nice work!

  4. Beautiful captures with a timeless quality to them, lovely. The quote and song are thought provoking, especially the song for me. Wishing you and your family the best, have a wonder day my friend.

    • the song for me too Terry 😀 i’ve loved Moby’s music for many years…yes i’m having a calm day…much needed so it feels very good 🙂 thank you for always commenting i appreciate your kind words my friend 🙂

  5. WOWW! These are breathtakingly beautiful! So magical and artistic–you should make prints of these! The colours and the effects you used are so incredible, I could look at these for a very long time. You should seriously consider making them into art prints–they are indeed works of art! I can’t stop looking them. Very calming and meditative. Lovely quote, too.
    Thank you for sharing! ❤

  6. They almost look like paintings. So beautiful. Have a great week, Hedy. Stay warm. Cheers!

    • my mother is a painter…i grew up with painters…i make sense of my images by looking at paintings…so these do have the feeling…thanks for noticing Chris…it was fun to experiment…always love learning along the way 😀

  7. Oh Hedy these are all exquisite.
    Alison

  8. I’m saying to myself, “NOW what’s she doing?” 😉 Wow, Hedy, these are very beautiful, very elegant. I can see you love that river! The colors are of course captivating me, but I think at heart, it’s the subtle light that glows from somewhere far away in each picture. Have a good week!

    • 😀 i love your responses Lynn…really appreciate them feels like you are talking to me 😀 i do love the river…i’ve become aware and awake to the land and the seasons more than i imagined…i am shaped by the land…hoping you’re having a joyful week too 🙂 smiles

      • Talking to you – takes two to Tango! You recently retired, right? And its given you more space to feel the land & seasons?

        • i call it that now…i walked out…it was an evil ethos…i just couldn’t be there anymore…my spirit was broken…now i’m onto new adventures and i only do things i like and that are meaningful to me…and yes walking became a way to make sense of learning to feel vs. thinking…it’s so wonderful to feel…i’m happy and of course i still want to do contract work…or something i don’t even know yet 🙂 are you retired Lynn? happy thanksgiving to you and your loved ones…compose a beautiful weekend 😀

          • I get it! Yes, less than a year ago. Turkey Day brings much to be thankful for, including your wishes! 😉

          • yes yes i remember (ish) i’ve had a good dose of grief memory…i’m surfacing and remembering stuff again…looking forward to an inward winter of working in my art room….feels so good 😀 have a wonderful week ~ smiles 😀

  9. Hedy, I love the images… …so different and full of spell. It’s so wonderful to see and enjoy you great variety techniques… …always a wonderful surprise 🙂 🙂 many smiles to you

  10. Love the process of thought… The sequence of your Buddha selection, then the art, then the concluding note… that generally takes us elsewhere… Well done.

  11. Beautiful images/treatment!

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