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Johannes Pinter’s virus book number

In Black and White Photography, Body, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Documentary, FujiX100V, Outsider view, Photography, Photowalking, Street, Street photography, Words of music on 2021/08/11 at 04:00

According to Buddha

We’re here to awaken from the illusion of separateness.

turned away from it all like a blind man.
sat on a fence, but it don’t work.
keep coming up with love, but it’s so slashed and torn.
 
this is our last dance.
this is our last dance.
this is ourselves.

***

a day or so ago ~ a nostalgic walk though Lower East side, Vancouver ~ August 2021

  1. Your photos are dark, crazy, like reflections in a window, disturbing! Good music mix but I only know about one Pinter, Harold!

    • I’m looking at myself in that window…it was a sad walk actually Ashley…not at all what it was when I was young…it is disturbing…now who is Harold Pinter 🧐 have a musical day 🎵🎶 sending joy hedy ☺️💫

  2. Wonderful photos.Yes…we’re definitely ‘under pressure’ now. One of my favourite lyrics. 💙

    • Thanks kindly Mairi for your comment ☺️🙏 and yes under pressure such a good song 🎵🎶…compose a beautiful and creative day ~ sending joy hedy ☺️💫

  3. To be or not to be,
    if that is the question
    I only know,
    that I am here.

    fabulous photos tell the tale.
    more please
    hugs, love, Eddie

    • More hugs to you dear Eddie and so many humans here could use a hug and more love and more…it’s a sad telling of humanity to me…not sure how to tell or show these but evading what is happening is also alarming to me…I mostly went unnoticed…the fall out of this pandemic is far greater than I know…and my researcher brain was on over drive…we can do better. 😥 sending you all good things and I enjoy your garden 🌅hugs 💛☺️🌞

  4. Dear Hedy,
    absolute great photos perfectly edited. We are impressed. This hard black and white contrasts fit very well to the photographed scenes.
    Thank you very much
    The Fab Four of Cley
    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

    • Thanks kindly the Fab Four of Cley…the hard worked for me as well 🤓 I felt for much outsider and wondered who am I to take pictures…but I did as mindfully as I could…I think a light needs to shine on this story. 🤓 we must do better. Thank you for your comment ~ sending joy hedy ☺️💫🙋‍♀️

  5. ❤️🖤🤍

  6. Many hugs, Hedy. Many, many hugs from over the pond.

  7. Absolutely amazing!!! Deeply dark write and pictures. And those last two lines really bring it home!!! 👏👏👏

  8. You’ve really captured the mood of the place.
    Alison

  9. Great set; love the extra dark; and yes, let’s wake up from that.. have a bright day! 💚✋

  10. “nostalgic” and “lower east side” in the same sentence: proof of togetherness, defiance of separation

    • Yes … I think one bad choice for some … it is a community … your words ring true to me Penny … have a joyful weekend ~ smiles hedy ☺️💫

  11. Very strange place! Like being on an lsd trip! I could get the horrors in such a place!

    • Yes Peter … large cities with milder temperatures … it was “trippy” in many ways … we can do better … not evade the realities … necessarily troubling for sure … sending joy and peace 🕊💫hedy

  12. “Illusion of separateness”? Hmm. We are separate. No-one can breach the barriers of your inner mind. Or mine. all we can do is reach out our fingers… and touch minds for a second. Thanks for the thought Hedy. 🙏🏻

    • Oh yes…I’m very happy I can go into my hedy head…I’m hiding this weekend…in my garden…I’m grateful for that…sending 🤍🕊🙏

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