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Solfeggio Sahasrara Hz number

In Alberta landscapes, Architecture, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Documentary, Fotografia, FujiX100V, Landscape, Photography, Street photography, Words of music on 2021/03/10 at 04:00

According to Buddha

How do we know who we are? We might be one breath away from enlightenment or death or who knows? The uncertainty is great. It keeps it wide open.

we stop the life from leakin’ in
when we turn away
from what lies within
 
we are splintered
and we are rotten
deep within the walls that we’ve forgotten

***

a day or so ago ~ old grain elevator ~ Shonts, Alberta ~ March 2021

  1. Good morning Hedy, did you know that Killearn Farm is close by where we live? Must be another Scot living in Canada? Hope you are all well, love and light, René.

    • Well who knows maybe 🤔 I’ve got no doubt Rene 🤓☺️ this farm is about an hour away … yup doing 🙃🙂 hanging and hanging out … the light helps and love ❣️🤗❣️ hugs to you all 🤗😘

  2. Dear Hedy,
    great pictures and Buddha-quote. The magic of dying buildings, elegantly desintegrating, dying in grandeur.
    Thanks for sharing
    The Fab Four of Cley
    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

    • Humble thank your Fab Four 🤓❣️💫 I always appreciate your comments and kindness ~ sending joy over the pond hedy ☺️💫🌞

  3. Good words to link the saying and the images. Well done, Hedy.

    • Thank you kindly Frank…always makes sense in my hedy head 🤓☺️ had fun making the fotos as well enjoy your beach and warmth ~ smiles from the north 🙋‍♀️

  4. I think it’s 963Hz 👑💜! 😉 Beautiful, my dearest Hedy! Happy creative Wednesday! xoxoxo

  5. Excellent photos. I’ve often wondered about structures like this, once new, but rarely pictured as new, just how quickly the paint wears and curls to the point of becoming an overwhelming task to repair and repaint?

    • Humble thank you Timothy yes I imagine they do take a lot of care particularly in harsh climates or brutal cold and dry heat … it’s a space you can see and make many pictures … I’ll return 📷🚙it’s not so far away ~ have a snappy day hugs hedy 🤗☺️

  6. did you take any b/w shots of this building? it seems it might be a good subject for b/w.

    • Oh yes Buddy it would show the texture and lights and darks … I shot these raw so I can convert them … I will … I did before but I have to admit I just needed a little splash of red ❣️🌞💫 have a snappy day ~ sending joy hedy ☺️

  7. powerful words and truths Hedy.
    Love the architecture! 💖 cheers to a happy day!

  8. Beautiful images of a classic elevator 🌹 Sadly, there’s virtually no wooden ones left (down here).

    • I don’t know if there are many left here either probably more in Saskatchewan…but I don’t know…I’ve always been curious about them…I also liked the red…happy weekending ~ smiles hedy 🌞🙂💫

    • Right 🤓🙋‍♀️hello Gavin missed you…hoping life’s treating you well…here we have a spring like day feels so get out 🌞💫 snow is melting! Sending you hugs 🤗

  9. Fine post, Hedy; words and shots. Looks like a great place for shooting.. Keep shooting and keep things open! 🙂 See you.

  10. A beautiful, reflective post

  11. Excellent photos and a beautiful building.

  12. We have a few of these spread across Eastern Colorado. I’m trying figure out in #2 why the planking is hanging out like that, unless it had some sort of function. You have planted seed for some possible summer shoots for me. 🙂

    • There was also a lot of black seeds all about … I think these spaces are fun and just a tad spooky … those birds can startle me 🤓😂 I have no idea I’m an urban human … it did catch my eye … maybe next time the owner will appear and I can ask 👌 happiness your way David 💫

      • A photography friend in Spain, she did a lot of exploring of abandoned places. When she started, Chus went by herself. A homeless guy told her some places that she might want to explore, but advised to always take a friend. These days, Chus is taking a lot of landscapes. Have a great weekend. 😊😊

  13. oh I am sad to see grain elevators fall into disuse — this structure is one of the great form + function marriages in all architecture (and, am I right in this?, Canadian in origin)

    • Well I don’t know much about this one other than it is private…but there was no sign saying no trespassing so … the red caught my eye … apparently William Hespeler, in Niverville, Manitoba, constructed the first grain elevator, a wooden, silo-like building, in 1879. … I do like these spaces Penny ~ sending joy hedy 💫

  14. Great series, Hedy.

  15. I’ll pass going to see them, likely get shot 🙂 What we need to do is talk Hedy, either by phone or on web conference. I don’t want to lose touch, since I don’t use Instagram any more. Lots of light here with the energy change after the last full moon.

  16. Hello Miss Hedy … these are wonderful images my friend. The last sure is wide open 🙂💫

  17. Who are we? Good question. A French humourist called Pierre Dac once said to the three typical questions: “As far as I am concerned, I am me, I come from home, and I’m going back home after the show.”
    Be good Hedy. Tot ziens…

  18. I love these buildings – nicely done, Hedy.

  19. Hey, this is my new blog, I think you remember me. 😉😘

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