sloppy buddhist

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In British Columbia, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, FujiX100V, Landscape, Photography, Words of music on 2020/10/25 at 04:00

According to Buddha

Birth, death, and suffering all bring us to the very edge of what our minds can understand.


2 weeks or so ago Edelweiss Creek, Golden BC ~ October 2020

  1. What a beautiful spot you found, Hedy. It looks so peaceful. I love the contrast of the rocks and leaves.

    • The sun was brilliant against the rocks…it was peaceful indeed Chris…the rocks shimmered soft gem like colours so cool to me 🤓 have a relaxing day ~ sending joy ☺️🤗💫

  2. What an amazing place, Hedy! Excellent shots!
    Happy Sunday! Many hugs and xoxoxoxo

  3. Just looking at these pictures brings peace to my mind. Nature is really a healer, isn’t it?

  4. The edge of understanding,
    I was there this morning

  5. A lovely spot and images. I am always a bit confused by your titles and this one totally eludes me. I have not studied Buddhism so that may be part of my confusion. 🙂

    • It was a little gem indeed and Steve my titles are not Buddhist…if you check my page Ä­n-tĕn’shəns…you will see it’s about numbers…I’m a sloppy Buddhist 🤓☺️💫 compose a lovely day ~ smiles hedy ☺️

  6. Beautiful photos.

  7. And your pics like the words of the Buddha bring us home Hedy!!! soooo beautiful! Love it all.
    Have a beautiful Sunday and week ahead Hedy! ❤️

  8. A slate kind of rock.

    • yes…very breakable…well you know not with my bare hands…but I did take a little sliver of it…it pretty in the sunlight…thanks for stopping by David ~ sending you joy ☺️💫 hedy

  9. What a treasure you found, Hedy! Both the water and the rocks. The rock formation is interesting and makes us think of how way corrosion that caused it. Have a nice day. 🙂

  10. Slowly falling to pieces.. very slowly.. Because there is no other way; it’s meant to be and it’s beautiful. Fine set!

  11. This spot looks so peaceful and the beauty is priceless.

  12. Brilliant photographs. I’ve been on such a lake. North Alabama. Beautiful.
    And about Buddha… Very true. But TBH, I can do without the suffering sometimes. 😉
    (Hey, up there! Gives us a break, will you?)

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