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In Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Fotografia, FujiX100s, Photography, Rural life, Saskatchewan, Street photography, Words of music on 2019/01/06 at 05:00

According to Buddha

We commit to the daily disciplined practices of meditation, yoga, exercise, wise actions, kindness, forgiveness, generosity, compassion, appreciation, and moment-to-moment mindfulness of feelings, emotions, thoughts, and sensations. We are developing the skillful means of knowing how to apply the appropriate meditation or action to the given circumstance.

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there’s a rhythm to a highway to match the rhythm of your fears.

i don’t know what it’s like for you but here’s what it’s like for me…i wanted to turn beautiful and serve eternity and never follow money or love with greasy hands, or move the earth and waters just to make it fit my plans…my eyes would be the harbor, my words the perfect place for a girl on a road.


inside the grain elevator ~ Marshall, Saskatchewan, Canada ~ December 2018

  1. Great series: cold but warm, gritty but the three in the middle seem cathedral-like.

    • thank you kindly Bunty!…it was very windy…very very…blowing snow…so fresh indeed…these spaces on the prairies are always curious for me as an urban being…the landscape feels dreamlike…I was surprised 😳 by a being who invited me into the grain elevator…the dark interior was a tad freaky…and I’m not fond of heights…cool moment…sending you joy ~ smiles hedy ☺️

  2. Excellent collection, Hedy.

  3. Grain delivers the basic necessity of life, food for the body. Looking at your photos can
    help us apply a deeper meaning to it by realizing the creativity involved with the process.
    Thank you for helping fill the cup of curiosity. This is a fine day!

    • it is a world that I know little about Eddie so being invited into the grain elevator was educative for sure…Saskatchewan is an interesting space…Saskatchewaners in these tiny places are also interesting…it is a fine day here too…sipping a coffee ~ smiles to you ☺️💫✌️

  4. I like these a lot, Hedy. There is just something about grain elevators that I find so interesting. Cheers!

  5. This quote of Noah Levine seems to be used by the Refuge Recovery, a non-profit organization grounded in the belief that Buddhist principles and practices create a strong foundation for a path to freedom from addiction. The pictures suggest grain being elevated in attendance to be transported towards a new destination and the song is about a woman who’s constantly on the road. My take on this; the right path requires us to elevate ourselves in order to see the road that will bring us towards our destination.

    • it’s all fiction…but yes your connections are a thread of my post indeed Urban ☺️🤓✌️choose addictions wisely eventually one will probably need to quit them…I’ve enjoyed reading more of Levine’s thinking as well ~ smiles hedy 😀

  6. I love those industrial spaces, Hedy, you have a feel for revealing their charms. The 1st & 6th are wonderful, and look at the 4th & 5th together – how cool is that? The perspectives, the colors, the drama: all lined up. Snow suits these scenes – excellent. 🙂

  7. Great series. I can feel the rhythm.

  8. Well, I’ve never been inside a grain elevator before. The photos are like a meditation and reflection on the roads we all have to take not always the ones we dreamed of.

  9. Very beautiful song Hedy!!!

  10. “…i wanted to turn beautiful and serve eternity and never follow money or love with greasy hands, or move the earth and waters just to make it fit my plans…my eyes would be the harbor, my words the perfect place for a girl on a road.”
    As stunning a quote as your photography.

  11. So inspiring Hedy! Happy New Year and adventures as we travel together around the sun ☀️

  12. i really like the first one.

  13. They need a love button. Excellent piece Hedy. Have a wonderful week.

  14. Every photo held me to look further. I had no idea what I was looking at bit it didn’t matter.

  15. I love to see what you show me.

  16. may the girl
    on the icy road
    have plenty
    of winter tread
    on her tires 🙂

    • that’s funny David…we did just get brand new snow tires…and brakes…so yes I thanked the goddess ☺️✌️💫 once we passed Maidstone the roads were much better winter driving.

  17. Such interesting perspectives of this grain elevator, Hedy. Love your images. Wishing you a fantastic 2019!

  18. Saskatchewan? Hmm. You may have run into a cousin or two of mine. 🙂
    Best wishes Hedy.

    • back now of course and soon the little one comes to Etown…didn’t see t your cousins…but there is a lot of endless land…this might have been our last visit for family as they are now moving to BC ☺️ 😊 smiles from fresh etown Brian…hope your time away was fabulous I’ll come over and check out 🤓😊 have a fabulous day ~ smiles hedy

  19. wonderful calm compositions… …full of respect and curiosity . Have a great creative day, Hedy. smiles 🙂 🙂 🙂

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