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5th song number on ‘Everything is Love’

In abstract, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Emotion, iPhoneography, Macro, Photography, Words of music on 2018/10/14 at 04:00

According to Buddha

All-inclusive study is just single-minded sitting, dropping away body and mind. At the moment of going there, you go there; at the moment of coming here, you come here. There is no gap.

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how do we how do we not fade
how do we how do we how do we not fade away
how do we how do we oh


combs in a wasp nest ~ Etown, AB ~ October 2018

  1. You are braver than me. I am afraid of wasps like nobody’s business; even a dead nest.

    • im not fond of wasps while eating outside or humans who beginning swatting them 🙄 and being stung by them sucks 😝 I went back to find the full nest but it was broken so I brought a piece home…there was no wasps left at all…have a happy day ~ smiles hedy

  2. Wonderful.

  3. Oh how cool is that. We have a huge and happily now vacant nest in our barn. I’d not thought to do any photography with it. Very creative, Hedy. Cheers!

  4. Great photos!

  5. Brilliant, as always! 🙂

  6. Focus, attention, mind, heart on that singular object to find the self deep inside it
    incredible photos Hedy, this is a day of wonder

    • I had fun creating them with the little lenses ☺️ thank you kindly Eddie for your kindness always appreciated ❤️

      • Those photos were amazing Hedy! You are so very talented!

        • humbled dear Eddie…I really enjoy creating images…now I’m sending some off for submission for a show in 2019…so we’ll see what happens…as I say it’s all practice…have a wonderful day ~ sending you smiles and joy ☺️💫✌️hedy

  7. “How do we how do we oh” I just love that.

    • LP – Into the Wild…cool musician and she’s new to me…really like her work. ☺️🤓 have a good day M & L ~ smiles hedy ✌️

  8. where did the wasps go?

    • I don’t know well…this is a good explanation…we’ve had snow early here…

      “As the summer draws to a close, a wasp colony will produce some new males and queens – these will fly away from the nest, mate and the queens will find somewhere to hibernate. If the winter is warm, queens come out of hibernation early; with limited food sources, they can die of starvation.”…

      have a fun day Gavin ~ smiles hedy ☺️🤓💫

  9. What a wonderful tiny homes series, Hedy. Like your compositions and the lighting/color tones. Happy days and smiles. Reinhold

    • tiny houses are also becoming more popular here in Alberta 🤓 I used my iPhone and then some tiny LR…thank you for saying Reinhold…sending you creative vibes for a productive day ✌️💫❤️

  10. Wasp nest? No honey then?

  11. Wonderful. Congrats !

  12. Nice images… unable to guess but the honeycomb structure was suggestive… the wasps build a new home in the garden here every year, always in a different but warm spot mostly underground… they work hard chewing wood to make paper mache… have an old nest from a few years back still attached to a corner inside a shed… they sting you yes but it isn’t painful, just a sharp pinprick… I don’t know about hornets though… which I believe you get over there… fortunately we don’t get them around here!

    • ours have nasty stings…yes their homes are fascinating to look up close inside and outside…always amazing what they can do…we also have underground ones here…not now it’s winter 💫 thanks for your comment Petter…compose a happy day ~ smiles hedy 😆💫✌️

  13. I love the quote this time, Hedy, and the way it complements the images, which are fascinating. The title, too. Your mind is a fountain of creativity, it just doesn’t stop!

    • I like the feelings I get from the words too…I enjoy the macro little lenses and that space…it feels meditative for me..I feel best making and creating so thanks Lynn…always appreciate your thoughtful comments thank you kindly ☺️❤️💫

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