the number of tangent -0.473741

In Architecture, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Fotografia, FujiX100s, Outsider view, Photography, Reflection, Street photography, Words of music on 2018/05/27 at 04:00

According to Buddha

Most problems, if you give them enough time and space, will eventually wear themselves out.

hb images - LIsboa - street and grafitti_

hb images - LIsboa - man on street with cig

hb images - LIsboa - window with note_

hb images - LIsboa - street with pink and yellow and woman

hb images - LIsboa - building with note_

hb images - LIsboa - street with 4 men

it didn’t feel like sunday
didn’t feel like june
when he met his silent partner in that lonely corner room
that over looked the marquee
of the plaza all-adult
and he was not looking for romance
just someone he could trust


random street in Lisbon, Portugal ~ April 2018

  1. These are fabulous! The expressions of the men in the last one are fantastic. I love the textures and lines of the first one. I especially like the 4th shot: the lines, colors, shadows, face on the wall, etc. all make for such an interesting image.

    • humble thank you Lemony ☺️🤓 men talking loudly the closer I walked the quieter they became…they did smile by the end but I liked the characters but not the loud voices…it’s a wonderful city Lisboa I love it there…smiles from etown ☺️💫 have a wonderful and creative day ~ hedy 🤓💫

  2. Who would deny that your quality photographs express much more than could
    ever be said in words. Awesome images Hedy!
    it’s a perfect day for a smile

    • indeed Eddie…humble thank you for your comments and support…I appreciate it…I have been composing sloppy posts for 7 years now according to my WP message this morning…😳 I also found a article this week about blogging and photography…for me it’s all practice I still have much to learn along the way…mostly it fun for me…and I’m happy others enjoy sloppy too ☺️💫 I’m sharing it here

      have a joyful day hugs hedy 🤗💫☺️☀️

  3. This too shall pass?

  4. Great images, Hedy. Were the older men curious, angry or what? They have interesting expressions on their faces. Have a great week. Cheers!

    • lively conversation…and the closer I came to the quieter they became and I have no Portuguese…so I don’t know…but we all smiled at the end of the moment ☺️💫🤓

  5. Some amazing expressions! Intense. I think you’re brave…. 😉

  6. i particularly like the man with the cigarette in his mouth.

    • ya he seemed very cool to me too…always fun meeting for a moment with the street photography stuff…I like that part and the little encounters with humans 🤓☺️💫 smiles to you Gavin! have a good day 😁

  7. Your photographs say so much about the city. Just wonderful!

    • it’s one of my most favourites cities I could live there…I also loved Porto…it is all so wonderful! thank you for your kind comments Jolandi ~ smiles hedy 💫☺️

  8. Agree with Buddha. I have a few problems that need to be left sitting on their own, far away until they (dis)solve themselves… 🙂
    Great photos again. The men were a bit… taken aback? 😉
    And isn’t Romance just another word for Trust?
    B. Good

  9. Hedy in the middle of it… …wow… …pure life… …I love the second one with that man and the cigarettes… …wonderful. I’m impressed. Thank you Hedy 🙂 🙂 smiles over the pond 🙂

  10. I love your photo series, your Buddha quote (very hopeful!) and your poem at the end. Very nice all around! 🙂

  11. Trust is beautiful. Old things and the next buddha around the corner.

  12. LOVE that one-liner about problems… Overlaps with a comment hand-lettered on a piece of cardboard in a laundrette window I saw in Toronto this winter: “The way to clear a pond is to stop poking it.”

    • thank you Penny…that’s a wonderful saying…smiles to you hoping spring is treating you well…nice to hear from you hope you are well ☺️💫🤓 smiles hedy 😁

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