sloppybuddhist

29.1719 square root number

In Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Documentary, Fotografia, FujiX100s, Landscape, Photography, Street photography, Visual story telling, Words of music on 2020/02/12 at 04:00

According to Buddha

Cautious people say, “I’ll do nothing until I can be sure.” Merchants know better. If you do nothing, you lose.

hedy bach images - WR sea - 2

hedy bach images - WR sea - 3

hedy bach images - WR sea - 4

cautionary tale that you know that i won’t be reading
cautionary tale that you know that i won’t be reading
cautionary tale to my own avail i believe in
cautionary tale that you know that i won’t be reading

***

East Beach ~ White Rock, BC ~ February 2020

  1. Each photo brilliant photo revives memories of times past.
    Live deliberately with purpose and each day becomes a treasure

    • working hard of each day…and looking up to the right…feeling very grounded actually…but who knows tomorrow is a new day…off to photograph which brings me much joy ☺️❣️🤗 thank you fro your teaching Eddie 🤓 appreciated

  2. Brilliant shots, Hedy! #1 is my fav. Smiles. Reinhold

  3. One’s mind and feet can wander perfectly in the places you photographed.

    Neil S.

  4. I can fly in those horizons. Brilliant photos.

  5. Beautiful, sensitive photos. Of course, you know what I think of number one!

  6. A very interesting triptych, Hedy. Lots of room for story-telling.

    • had another portfolio review and the one man…he just loves to see more of my work in b/w and sepia…so I played with these…and I do love Noir…I also appreciate your b/w works Gavin ~ have a snappy day ~ hugs hedy ☺️🤗

  7. Beautiful; I especially love the sense of place in the railroad landscape.

  8. All pictures are great in their own right. The first one for the dramatic sky, the second for the against the light composition and the last one for it’s depth.
    Excellent.

  9. beautiful as always, what would we be without our mutual friend Buddha ❤

    • funny I’ve been reading words of Buddhist teachings since the late 90’s and they have so much to say…it’s rich 📚…and I’m sloppy 🙃🙂😄thank you dear cousin much love over the pond💚💚💚😘

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