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Macomber’s evergreen place number

In Age, Alberta landscapes, Art, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Fotografia, FujiX100V, Landscape, Monochromia, New Topographics, Photography, Street photography, Words of music on 2021/10/03 at 04:00

According to Buddha

In all activities, may I examine my mind
And as soon as conflicting emotions arise,
Endangering myself and others,
May I firmly face and avert them.

unforgettable, though near or far
like a song of love that clings to me
how the thought of you does things to me
never before has someone been more
unforgettable in every way


yesterday a walk with my camera at Aldon Auto Salvage Ltd ~ Lamont AB ~ on traditional lands known as Treaty 6.

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  2. Wonderful! Happy Sunday! 🤗💐😊

    • Yes it was delightful outside and cooking in the kitchen perfect day Ashley 🌞👩🏻‍🍳☺️hoping you have a joyful day ~ hugs hedy 🤗

  3. The second verse is an entrancing ode to love

    • Yes it’s Nat King Cole…my father loved his music…he was on mind Derrick…thanks for stopping by always appreciated 🙏☺️🤍🕊 sending you joy hedy and have fun with the horses❣️

  4. Old abandoned cars always look so cool.

    • Yes the old vintage ones do have stories of happy days and travels to me Chris🤓☺️this is a huge auto wrecker place outside of etown…have a joyful day ~ hugs hedy 🤍🤗🕊

  5. Cools shot, love the processing.

  6. Excellent photos.

  7. so many memories… unforgettable

  8. stir towards good,
    always avoid pain
    on yourself or others
    this is a happy life.

    a wonderful post Hedy!
    hugs, Eddie

  9. love these words and your pics Hedy!💖

  10. Decaying, but beautiful! Hi, Hedy. Enjoy the upcoming week.

    • Slowly…and yes there is some beauty in these vintage cars…to me…yes I will enjoy the moments everyday Neil🌞🕊🤓you too! Hugs hedy 🤗🍁

  11. the editing fits

  12. I love your quotes and the photos of the old cars. They remind me of mine.

  13. So much history here! I have always wanted a certain kind of superpower – the ability to touch something and to instantly know its history – its story. 🙂

    • Oh for sure Tressa 🤓 this place is a huge auto wrecker…there is a corner with the vintage cars…I lingered there it’s my 3rd time going to this space…always rattles me somehow…and I’m always curious…my heart beats faster taking photos in this space…there is an energy…and I dream of super powers too 💪🧠🫀👀👂🦶have a wonderful day ~ sending joy hedy

  14. Evocative images, Hedy. Your processing works beautifully with your subject. 🙂

  15. And forevermore (and forevermore)
    That’s how you’ll stay (that’s how you’ll stay)
    That’s why darling, it’s incredible
    That someone so unforgettable
    Thinks that I am unforgettable too

    A most beautiful song; especially sung by the velvet voice of Nat King Cole
    And a wonderful quote from Buddha. May we all find his voice.

    • I remember girlhood memories 🎵🎶🎵🎶👌I also appreciated the Buddha words from Labgri Thangpa…I needed to hear them again. Thank kindly for your comment Carolyn ~ compose a beautiful day ☺️🎶💫smiles hedy

  16. Cool photos Hedy and great quote. ♥️🙏🏻

  17. Beautiful!

  18. Awesome lines and pictures!!! 👏👏

  19. Beautiful scrapyards.

    • This one is so huge 🤓😳actually over wheleming when I really think about the size…I only go to one corner of it…acres and acres of old automobiles 🚗 🚘 hugs hedy ☺️🙏

  20. Unforgettable indeed 💛🙏💛

  21. The graveyard of elephants… Excellent, Hedy. Tot ziens.

    • yes the round chubbier styles…I imagine good stories around them…this graveyard is huge…freaky energy to me 🤔😨😳I made a couple of sets of the different styles…🤓doei voor nu nog een fijne dag Brian😁

      • I can imagine the freaky energy, Stephen King style… 😉 Dankje wel. (I understood your entire sentence!)😳 Likewise. (hetzelfde?)

  22. I didn’t expect to like these, oh but I do! It’s your unerring sense of design and composition. Weeds and old wrecks become beauty!
    Alison xo

    • so cool…just playing…studied a couple of photo books and looked at ways the creatives processed so I just slid the sliders in Lr…it was fun and the foto outing was wonderful and inward for me…throughly enjoyed myself. ☺️🤓🦋 hugs Alison have a wonderful day🤍

  23. Evocative photography and quotes to accompany the imagery. 🙏

  24. Hi Hedy, Thank you for stopping by my blog. Your photography is inspiring and nostalgic. Wondering what text you use for your According to the Buddha pieces? If you wouldn’t mind sharing, I’d like to take a look at the source. Thanks, Catherine

    • well the Buddhas have much too say so I pick and choose…linger in some and briefly visit others … this post I found myself readings words composed by the Buddhist Master Langri Tangpa (1054-1123), Eight Verses for Training the Mind which apparently “is a highly revered text from the Mahayana Lojong (mind training) tradition. These instructions offer essential practices for cultivating the awakening mind of compassion, wisdom, and love. This eight-verse lojong enshrines the very heart of Dharma, revealing the true essence of the Mahayana path to liberation. Even a single line of this practice can be seen as encapsulating the entire teaching of the Buddha. For even a single statement of this mind training practice has the incredible power to help us subdue our self-oriented behavior and mental afflictions.”…thanks for asking ~ compose a beautiful day ~. hedy ☺️🤍💫and I’m a sloppy buddhist 🤓🙏

      • Thanks, Hedy for the information. I’ll look this up. The language of these lines spoke to me. Your poetry is very moving. Your photos remind me of nostalgic places to visit. So evocative of time moving through endless change, in forgotten places and for a moment seeming timeless in the frame. 🙏🏻 Peace

        • I read it and found it a site for talking with children and then another for prison reforms🤓also I use the words of music as one of my intentions for this “sloppy”blog …I also love music 🎼 🎹 🎷 🎶 🎻 🎧 thanks for your comment ~ sending you joy hedy

          • I found several books online with the text. Not sure which book you use? Thanks for this insight into your practice. I have a friend who is interested in Tibetan Buddhism. Would this be a good book for a beginner? Music seems very appropriate.

  25. Let the band and nature play on 💕

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