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In Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Edmonton, FujiX100s, Landscape, Photography, Urbanscape, Words of music on 2018/10/07 at 04:00

According to Buddha

May all sentient beings have equanimity, free from attachment, aggression and prejudice.
May they be happy, and have the causes for happiness.
May they be free from suffering and causes for suffering.
May they never be separated from the happiness that is free from suffering.

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you can be wrong when you’re right
even when you’re right on cue

CN train, Hermitage Park ~ Edmonton Alberta ~ October 2018

  1. Cool quotation and great pictures.

  2. I have been wrong and did not know it until I could clear my mind
    of attachment to my own thoughts.
    An excellent post Hedy! thank you, have a most favorable day dear friend

    • oh yes another entrapment…for me Eddie…listening is hard work…clearing monkey mind is also work for me…thank you for your words and kindness Eddie…I appreciate them very much ☺️💫✌️ hope you are safe…sending calm to you and your loved ones ❤️

  3. Lesson from a detached perspective: everything is subjective.

  4. I see a dog

    • my mutt…now just one..I’ve had three or two mutts for decades it’s strange to have just one..but she’s a great one and with her I can go and walk in spaces I might not otherwise…met some characters on this walk…one human called himself “Tony the Pony”…it was a fun and funny walk…have a fun day Gavin ~ smiles hedy ☺️✌️💫

  5. Nice images, Hedy. That train trestle looks very cool. There was one I was trying to find in the White Mountains but there really isn’t a trail other than walking along the tracks. I’m glad you captured this one. Cheers

    • De Otter, was built in or shortly after 1631…It’ the only one left over from a group of sawmills built in the area between the Kostverlorenvaart canal and the Singelgracht…for me seeing this old windmill brings back wonderful memories…we have such a young his/herstory here in Alberta…I love this part of Europe…have a happy teaching day ~ smiles hedy ☺️💫✌️

  6. stunning photos, Hedy, again! I love the light and angle in those images. Wunderbar.
    smiles over the pond 🙂 🙂 🙂

    • it was a bright walk…foto friends were talking about vignetting so I played with these…fun for me…smiles fresh ones…it’s wintery here ☺️❄️💫

  7. Marvelous lines and angles, Hedy. Perfect in monochrome.

  8. There’s Hedy, bringing transcendence to images of a freight train, how wonderful. 🙂

    • it was a funny moment a foto friend said to me well IF we had a ‘zoom/long’ lens…he walked the other way…I went to the train with my mutt…my zoom is my legs…it was a little moment and adventure…thanks Lynn…have a snappy day ☺️❤️💫

  9. I was reading old French comics from the sixties. In addition to the comic stripes, they’re full of news of the time: “By 1970, the entire railroad system will be totally electrified”. 🙂
    I remember visiting my grandfather in Brittany, early sixties, taking the coal train from Paris. 🙂
    (Most people don’t seem to realize how far we’ve come in less than a century)
    (And how fragile it is)

  10. Wonderful images dear Hedy … I bet your pooch was enjoying himself 🙂

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