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“a-l-w-a-y-s a-n-d f-o-r-e-v-e-r” number

In Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Fotografia, FujiX100s, Landscape, Photography, Rural life, Words of music on 2018/01/14 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Mediation won’t free us completely from all obstructions in us on the first day, but it is the beginning of a road we can travel that will reveal increasing divine light as we purify and open our nervous system further each day. The guru is in you.

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if i don’t turn around, you’ll always know where to find me
here’s to the lucky ones, let’s drink to better days
to you and yours everywhere, this one’s on me (for a change)
don’t cry for me, remember that no one and nothing is free
nothing is nothing and everything is so far away.

***

Leduc, Alberta ~ January 2018

  1. I once “ran away” with a woman from a pancake house. We ended up in Kansas, cold and flat. Your image reminds me that nothingness prods memories to fill in a personal landscape.

    Thank you for allowing that certain chemical to remind me of 1973.

  2. Beautiful pics and meditation quote Hedy!!!

  3. I like how the barbed wire and horizon lines are so similar.

  4. You have simplified these down to their essence. You need no more to convey the scene in front of us. WONDERFUL. Have a great week.

    • it was a ditch with snow…i had my mukluks on…deep little surprises but i wanted the shots…yes i will i have much to do! 😀 i will send that map of jasper and banff along too… 😀

  5. Lovely, calming colours! The quote is a nice reminder that we can have new beginnings…on different roads, whenever we need them. Love that.
    The second thing I thought of, after the beauty of the colours, is how many places my boy pup would love to sniff at and “mark” with his “scent” in a place like this. 🙂 Fence posts and tufts of organic matter are such interesting places for pups!
    Thank you for sharing! ❤

    • yes i like these soft colours…windy and sunny…and yes new beginnings and travel new roads…i think your pups will have fun today so calm and soft light…smiles sending you joy ❤ 😀

  6. Wonderful pics and wise words, nice nice.

  7. You make the barren landscape look beautiful. Our landscape looks just like that, anxious for spring!

  8. Exquisite – every one of them.
    Alison

  9. Finally, some snowy photos from you Hedy. I hope you’re enjoying it. Cheers

  10. Love your photos and especially this: “if i don’t turn around, you’ll always know where to find me” – beautiful and resonates with me! 🙂

  11. All lined up! I imagine them side by side…such clean, clear colors.

  12. Happy new year Hedy.
    We have just come back from our trip, where Buddha seemed to be everywhere. 🙂 I hope his benevolence rubs on us.
    The good thing about January, as cold as it may be (and it is here in Mexico city all proportions considered) the good thing is that we are now on the same side as Spring.
    Tot ziens

  13. …nothing against your lovely Alberta… …but I’m sure I’ve seen this place… …this is FARGO… …the fence where they buried the money 😉 😀 …just kidding 😉

    Hedy, your images and words go hand in hand… …wonderful to see… …wonderful to read that!

    ..smiles.. ..over the fence.. 🙂 🙂

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