sloppybuddhist

the Battle for Height number

In Architecture, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Fotografia, FujiX100s, Monochromia, Photography, Street photography, Urban life, Words of music on 2019/05/26 at 04:00

According to Buddha

It almost seems as though this roiling world is conspiring to test our patience at every turn. In fact, it is.

hedy bach images - Montréal up - 1_

hedy bach images - Montréal up - 2

hedy bach images - Montréal up - 4

hedy bach images - Montréal up - 3

what made the silence roar, until you couldn’t sleep?
and graze the yoke that spilled a sea inside of me

somewhere higher
somewhere higher

***

random streets in Montréal, QC ~ April 2019

  1. This made me smile, Hedy because I have so many images of fire escapes. I love the lines and patterns. These are good ones. Enjoy your week. Cheers!

    • yes well Boston I imagine has many of them…I can’t recall but yes they are fun to photograph ☺️✌️ hoping your week is going well enjoy your students 🤓🙂🙃

  2. Amazing collection of fire escapes. The processing is a bit film noir-ish – which fits very well here and gives the images some tension.

  3. The fire escapes certainly imply and impatience to get out, but your beautiful photography simply embraces that and therefore passes the test.

  4. breathe in, breathe out…

  5. getting out
    on a ledge?
    somewhere
    may be better
    than nowhere 🙂

    • well yes who knows David…always reminds me of films…hope you’re having a fun day ~ smiles hedy ✌️🙂🙃💫 sending you joy!

  6. Good one..black and white is always my favorite.

    • Thank you kindly Sarvana for saying yes b/w works so well with urban scenes…I also delight in the textures and layers of b/w ~ have a joyful day ~ smiles hedy 🙂🙃

  7. Great photos, but certainly resonates with me just now on the ‘testing of patience’!

    • thank you kindly Navasolanaturen for your comments…yes indeed we live in fascinating times🧐🤓✌️have a joyful day ~ smiles hedy

  8. Oh but I didn’t even think of them as fire escapes, or even of patience – al I saw was beautiful crisp patterns and shapes like you always do so well!
    Alison

    • Thank you so much dear Alison I always appreciate your kindness and encouragement ☺️✌️ appreciated 💛 have a beautiful day 💫

  9. Love these! The lines, patterns, & perspectives are wonderful. On a side note, I always enjoy your headlines, I never know what to expect or how you come up with them but, I think there creatively wonderful. Have a great day, Mike

    • Thank you kindly Michael I appreciate your thoughts and comments ☺️ ahhhh yes my titles always a number…still don’t like numbers but it has become fun to search one out for each sequential post…have a creative day too ~ smiles hedy ☺️✌️💫

  10. Random heights? 🙂
    Thank you for your posts. They’re always a rare moment in the week. A different eye/vision. Words for thought. Dankje Hedy.

    • je bent van harte welkom ☺️🤓 that’s lovely fo me to read…it’s always hedy head thoughts and images I see and hear…noce to know they resonate even just a little Brian ~ compose a beautiful day ~ smiles hedy 🙂🙃🤗

  11. I’m not sure where this is but i’l take a guess…old Montreal…have a great day Hedy ;-))

  12. You and that little black box are equally at home in the country and the city. These are so well done, and so interesting.

  13. I love it! Those are images which I wish I would have done them. Wonderful. Such an atmosphere in your captures, Hedy. Excellent work. 🙂

    • of course you can do them Markus…I have no doubt! I’m sure you’d love Montréal too 🤓 thank you kindly for your comments appreciated ☺️🙃🙂

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