The Battle of Ballon number

In Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Fotografia, iPhoneography, Landscape, Minimal photography, Mobile photography, Photography, Words of music on 2020/01/22 at 04:00

According to Buddha

Prolong not the past
Invite not the future
Do not alter your innate wakefulness
Fear not appearances
There is nothing more than this…

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winter fields


up and down the road ~ Central Alberta ~ January 2020

  1. Any of these belong on a wall. Just stunning, Hedy.

  2. Hi Hedy. Are these crop fields? If so, what grows there? Wheat?
    See you!


  3. Wow, Hedy, these are gorgeous!

  4. Lovely images, Hedy.

  5. Breathe in, feel this moment,
    witness these photos, breathe out
    Live here, now

    • Music day and watching the snow coming down…finishing touches of image descriptions for my work in an upcoming exhibition…staying in the now ☺️🤓 thank you dear Eddie 🤗❣️🙏 and yes breathing out…releasing 💫

  6. You are much on my mind and hope you are OK. Just want you to know we’re thinking of you. mufty and bill

    • ☺️🤗❣️I’m doing ok yes Mufty…feeling a tad vulnerable but I have lots of stuff to do…it’s a musical day here…hope to see you tomorrow night Mufty…hugs back to you and Bill🤗

  7. These are outstanding, Hedy. So painterly and expressing a peace that one might find in a quiet winter field.

  8. I feel the cold in these captures.

    • It was crackin’ cold 🥶 freezing fingers … much more bearable this week … lots of pretty snow ❄️☀️ your adventures look so lovely at the sea Terry! Enjoy smiles Hedy

  9. Nothing like a simple Winter field to express what life is really all about. Peace, quiet & utter simplicity.

    • and the endless land of Alberta…it is indeed peaceful ☮️ have a wonderful day Vicki…apologies for my tardy response ~ smiles hedy ☺️💫

  10. Nothing more than appearances? True. 🙂

  11. Very beautiful, Hedy. I really like the restraint in these, all the fine lines of the trees and the simple horizontal compositions. I often don’t like the use of background textures but naturally, you did it so well. They don’t overpower, they really add something. There was an impressionist painting in a museum in Ghent that I noticed (a photo of it is in my post about Ghent). I’m not always a huge fan of impressionism but this painting of a winter scene had a host of colors in the sky for the snow, and a certain sheen that reminded me of snowy days, and I see that here, too. I think these could only have been made by someone like yourself, who has spent a lot of time living inside this environment and paying attention to it.

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