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In Architecture, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Documentary, Fotografia, FujiX100V, Landmarks, Photography, Street photography, Words of music on 2020/09/20 at 04:00

According to Buddha

The soul is not part of the incarnation. It comes into the incarnation. And the soul is not afraid of death because it has done it so many times.

when you know the moneys from day to day
all the majesty of a city landscape
all the soaring days of our lives
all the concrete dreams in my mind’s eye
all the joy i see through these architect’s eyes

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 Rossdale Power Plant ~ in EdmontonAlberta

  1. These are things I would never photograph. And yet you have me looking at them again and again. Such interesting geometric shapes. The third especially is a winner for me.
    Alison xo

    • it was a cool foto friday…we only had limited time…so I felt a tad rushed…and of course I love the challenge of architecture…and indoors…$6 million in capital money to make it into an event building…could bee cool 😎…hoping your days are treating you well Alison…thank you for your comments ☺️❣️

  2. We have something like that down here. Every year there is a new redevelopment plan. Every year nothing happens. So, it sits. It seems like everybody has explored its insides but me. I don’t even know how to sneak in.:)

    • it reminded me of spaces in Berlin…well imaginings…often city renderings of buildings here in etown look much better than in the real…this space has loads of possibilities…beautiful light…we got in wth the tour…I felt rushed…but really cool and fun challenge…the deal was we provide 5 images…otherwise it costs $ https://edmonton.tours/powerplant
      have a creative day Ray ~ hugs hedy ☺️🤗

      • That’s interesting… you can take a tour. We could use something like that. With well over 30,000 abandoned buildings, many left over rom Katrina, we could use a tour leader who knows how to keep his/her group from harm.

        • well we did need to sign our life away…the waiver was intense 🤔🤣

          • That’s such a clean location. I don’t know what they are afraid of. The only place that we have like that is an old power plant. It’s the one that I’ve never been into… Junk is laying every where. The tags are everywhere. Many steps are broken. I really should document places like it. One day they won’t be there.

          • Yes go and capture those spaces…and yes all legal stuff these days is a lot…I go into spaces that are abandoned as long as there is not a ‘no trespassing’ sign…and I’ve learned farmers pop up out of no where 👀☺️😂

          • These days I’m barely making pictures. I used to go into no trespassing buildings. If someone approached me I would just say that I don’t see the sign because I came in that way and wave in some general area, I’d apologize and leave with whoever I was walking to. And, couple of times while we were talking, the person thought that I looked like I knew what I was doing and ended up giving me a tour.

          • Yes and once I remember a farmer telling me his wife will make lunch and should join in…I bet they would have been great sandwiches ☺️🤓😂

          • At the end of the day, photographers should talk to people rather than skull around.

          • I do as I use my feet as my zoom ☺️🤓

          • I don’t have a lens that is longer than about 120mm. Once, when I worked as a PJ, I had all sorts of long glass. Not anymore. Most of what you see of mine is made with a 28mm lens. Feets don’t fail me now.

  3. It would have been a bare wall to the general eye…but you brought of the beauty of it. Love your clicks.

  4. Very effective mood.

  5. Something beautiful with your photos and words ~ a magnificent building in its time, matched perfectly by “…the soul is not afraid of death because it has done it so many times.” A very enlightening feeling 🙂 Wishing you well, Hedy. Enjoy your weekend ahead.

    • It’s is an enlightening feeling Randall and I’ve learned much about death…it’s all part of living…now if we could normalize it here in the west…imagine all the emotions not just fear…and yes off to see some horses today always fun for me…wishing you a joyous weekend as well ~ sending joy hedy ☺️💫

  6. Very beautiful, Hedy. The light, the warmth of the colors, the compositions. Good stuff! 😉

  7. You’re probably the only one I know who makes nuts and bolts and bricks fascinating. Dankje

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