In abstract, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Conceptual photography, Fotografia, FujiX100V, minimalism, Photography, Street photography, Words of music on 2020/09/13 at 04:00

According to Buddha

In the very deep darkness of this world, little pinpoints of light show up very brightly and can shine a long way.


Mill Creek Bridge, Whyte Avenue ~ Etown ~ September 2020

  1. Mysterious and beautiful. Have a great day, Hedy.

  2. It’s a good idea to check your internal batteries now and then.
    Amazing photos Hedy

    • Humble thanks Eddie 🙏 I had fun went with an intention as I know this pathway well…hoping rains have stopped and that you and your loved ones are all safe ☺️🤓💫 hugs hedy 🤗

  3. Beautiful interpretations, Hedy. As Stieglitz said, “Wherever there is light, one can photograph.”

    • ☺️🙏 humble thankful you Jane…yes I’ve been looking and reading more about Edward Stieglitz 🤓 I was introduced to his cloud photography this summer…fun quote…hoping the smoke and fires are ending…all a lot this 2020 🤓 take care be safe ~ hedy ☺️💫

  4. Nice Hedy and we keep looking for the light as do you in your beautiful photography and life!
    ❤️ Cindy

  5. There you go, being original again. Magnificent!

  6. Beautifully shot, composed and designed, Hedy. Very elegant.

  7. Yes. It’s amazing how far one can go when inner resistances have been cleared… like rubber pebble high on the turns swept away. Potentiality doesn’t slip when engagement gets high into the gears needing just that extra bit of larger orbit on the turns VROOM.

  8. Hear! Hear! for the pinpoints.

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