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Vicki Barr’s Mystery of Flight number

In Alberta landscapes, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Documentary, Fotografia, FujiX100V, Landscape, Monochromia, Photography, Street photography, Words of music on 2020/08/30 at 04:00

According to Buddha

The next message you need is always right where you are.

i want to draw you a floor plan 
of my head and heart
i want to give directions, helpful hints
what you’ll be looking for
what you’ll be looking for


 abandoned farm ~ Athabasca County, August 2020

  1. yes! and these are amazing shots, so much soul on that farm

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  3. Wow, what cool old buildings. Great shots. I hope you have a great week, Hedy.

    • ☺️always curious around abandoned buildings…hope you have another adventurous week Chris…sending you joy Hedy ☺️💫

      • It’s odd, I prefer to take photos of the old, rustic and abandoned as opposed to places that are carefully constructed to be attractive to tourists. There is something about the randomness and authenticity of the places I’m drawn to.

  4. Brilliant little series.

    • Thanks so much Rabirius ☺️🙏 hoping you’re doing well I see you’ve made more art ☺️❣️ smiles from windy etown 🌬🌬🌬

  5. Beautiful studies. It takes time to do something like this. Time well spent. Have a creative day.

  6. Lovely and familiar to Kentucky. I wish I had the “spark” right now. Caretaking is sort of zapping me….. you always make my eyes get larger.

    • sending sparks and all good things and yes I can imagine your hard work…take care of you…try and make some space for your pencils and paper…arting our way out can work wonders sometimes Barry ~ take care of you sending you strength and a pocketful of joy 🤗💫 hugs hedy

  7. Wonderful photos. I love the poem. Abandoned buildings are great subjects.

    • Thank you kindly Timothy…and yes abandoned space are special indeed and the verse is from the song by Tegan and Sara ; Floorplan. have a snappy day ~ smiles hedy ☺️💫

  8. Ah, the stories this place could tell. Nicely captured Hedy.

    • Humble thank you Allison…always a tad spooky a bird or bat flying out is startling…and funny at the same time ~ hugs and smiles from 🌬 etown ☀️❣️

  9. I so love exploring old buildings and towns. They have such character.

    • character for sure…and some surprises…my heart is always beating faster than normal…hope your adventures have been fun Terry ~ sending hugs hedy ☺️🤗☀️

  10. Great! Love the intense photos!

  11. Fine set, Hedy. Great last one! Wonder what happened there.. hope it was the escape of the Horse… 😀

    • yes that filly stuck in a round pen ☺️who knows what happens with harsh weather and winds and time…I’m always curious as well Harrie ~ thanks for your comments ~ sending you joy have a snappy day ~ hedy ☺️💫

  12. Awesome shots!

  13. What great stories and memories behind the abandoned buildings. Great shots, Hedy!

    • yes mail…send/receiving a letter or package…always so fun right? hoping life is treating you well Gavin ~ smiles from windy etown 🌬🌬 🍂

  14. Love old houses. What a shame some are left to fall down. Happens a lot here. Old houses whose owner died, no will. The heirs fight and fight, and the house falls down. Always thought, abandoned houses should be put back on the market after a while… 10 years maybe? I could use the old cabin… 😉🙏🏻

    • Here so much is made with wood and they have a lifespan with the harsh weather…often farmers rebuild on the property and yes these memories lingers…but yes I can imagine this space the home was laying on the land beautifully…have a good day…hugs hedy ☺️🤗💫

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