sloppy buddhist

7th Dodecahedral number

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Emotion, Fotografia, FujiX100s, Landscape, Monochromia, Photography, Words of music on 2019/10/13 at 04:00

According to Buddha

One of the ways in which one can counterbalance excessive thinking is contact through nature and the elements. One can develop one’s sense of consciousness by contact with earth, fire, water, space – it’s as simple as that. This will take a lot of the tension and one-sidedness out of one’s metal development, and out of one’s will.

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maybe i’m still searchin’ but i don’t know what it means

all the fires of destruction are still burnin’ in my dreams
there’s no water that can wash away this longin’ to come clean

hey yeah yeah


Road to Ya Ha Tinda, Central Alberta, 2019

  1. I really like the way you processed these photos. So dark and moody. Have a great day!

  2. Sometimes while in nature I get lost.

  3. The natural world is definitely a healing force.

    Hi. Bye till next time!

    Neil S.

    • hello Neil 🙋‍♀️ Yes the room without a roof is the best they say 🤓☺️ wonderful place to wander…bye for now 🙋‍♀️ smiles Hedy ☺️🙃🙂

  4. Hedy, your stark images sent me in search of knowing more about Ya Ha Tinda, a place with which I was previously unfamilar. Terrific! 🙂

    • It was the first time for me…it’s a wonderful space…less tourists…feels raw and wild…I’d love to return in the winter…also a fascinating his\herstory…have a wonderful thanksgiving Brett ☺️🤓🙃🙂 smiles Hedy

  5. There you go again. You have a unique and sensitive eye.

  6. I love the way you’ve processed these images – the vignetting really creates a mood.

    • ☺️ humble thanks Alison…just felt right…vignetting is fun in Lr…sliders and feathering and roundness…I did alter the mood of the ‘real’ day…have a happy thanksgiving…loooong weekend ☺️🤗❣️

  7. Wonderful captures my friend.

  8. Hedy, the way you processed the middle photo makes it look like beard stubble or elephant hair – I love that!! 🙂

  9. spooky and majestic, the first one.. …two and three, like an unshaved bad guy that you have to ask for trespassing

    • yes a also see this Markus as Lynn wrote…unshaved…but this is land you can live on without much questioning…some folks live off the grid in these mountains and hills…I really enjoy my time there…I’ll return I think winter ❄️ would be very cool! Thanks kindly for your comments Markus I appreciate them ☺️🙃🙂🙏

  10. Dodecahedral may just be my favourite word notwithstanding lackadaisical

    • I know right? great word…lackadaisical is also fine…I’m thinking you might like 🧐🤓 mellifluous 🙃🙂😄 compose a musical day Thom ☺️ smiles hedy

  11. The lack of – accessible – Nature is really getting to me… (Now I understand!)

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