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USS Bronstein number

In Alberta landscapes, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Documentary, Fotografia, FujiX100V, Hedy Bach Photography, Landscape, Monochromia, New Topographics, water, Words of music on 2021/11/24 at 04:00

According to Buddha

Words do not express thoughts very well; every thing immediately becomes a little different, a little distorted, a little foolish. And yet it also pleases me and seems right that what is of value and wisdom of one human seems nonsense to another.

i ended up in search of ordinary things
how much of a tree bends in the wind
i started telling the story without knowing the end

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a week ago Lesser Slave Lake known traditionally as ᐊᔭᐦᒋᔨᓂᐤ ᓵᑲᐦᐃᑲᐣ ayahciyiniw sâkahikan ~ Treaty 8 lands AB ~ November 2021

  1. Frozen time where no speech matters… and these make PERFECT sense! Thank you, my dear Hedy! Have a wonderful day! 🙏👌🤗

  2. Very dramatic photos, such power emanating from them. 🌹🙋‍♂️

    • It was amazing to witness Ashley I’ve not seen the slush balls before…and always something to learn about our weather here 🤓😳☺️💫have a joyful day ~ hugs hedy 🤗

  3. Beautiful in B&W.

  4. The textures in these photos are very dramatic and striking. Gorgeous!

  5. Powerful words and photos that can pull out a sense
    that you may not have known you had!
    With it you may discover parts of yourself heretofore
    you may have thought unknown, i.e. self discovery

  6. I love what Buddha says about words. The images say it all most eloquently!

  7. Fine set! And Bill is a fav as well. Enjoy!

    • Yes also a fav of mine felt his song fit my musings of the day…I appreciate your comments Harrie ☺️🙏🤓have a peaceful day ~ hugs hedy 🕊

  8. ♥️♥️Would you like to be part of a spiritual musings WhatsApp group? It is a group for like-minded souls who’d like to share thoughts, quotes, musings and all things related to spirituality. I’ve added many friends from around the world and it is a great place. Let me know if you’d like this, the aim is to create community and tribe. I know you may not be interested or on WhatsApp, I thought I’d extend an invitation just in case!
    Thank you.
    With Love,
    Amber

    • Thanks kindly and that’s a kind of you to think of me and you’re right I’ve not used WhatsApp…so I blog and use IG I’m all about the pictures…of course I’m curious…I’ll let you know ☺️🤓🙏🤍thank you dear Amber 💫

  9. Interesting quote. 🪐🙏🏻👌🏻

  10. Poetic photos. We never know the end of the story. Have a good day!

  11. Such rich texture in these.
    Alison

  12. no words but LOVE the pics speaking for themselves dear Hedy! 💖💖

  13. The snow cone colony is fascinating. I had no idea they were such social creatures. . . . 😉

    • Nor did I Michael apparently slush balls are rare and so fascinating to watch…the changes on the lake were quick to me🤓☺️❄️have a joyful day hedy 💫

  14. From red to grey… So many nuances…

    • life is nuanced…I take my camera everywhere Brian ☺️🤓🌬❄️smiles and joy from the north🤗🤍

      • Likewise from the South. taking a few days in the countryside. Enjoying the peace. Hugs.

        • Yes I’m grateful to get ‘away’ sometimes too…a wee bit smothering with this and indoor winter already 🥺 I imagine spring already oh no ☺️🤣it’s sunny and the house is filled with lights and I’m warm nothing to complain about…wonder about but that’s always 😁hugs Brian 💫🤗

          • Lights on. Hum. I remembre in Paris how the light outside almost disappeared with bad weather. two weeks ago in New York was impressive. Pitch dark at 5PM. I’d forgotten that.
            May the light be with you. Hugs.

  15. Like the music selection. The animals have it the best – they live in the moment, we don’t.

    A question, where did USS Bronstein come from? I know it as a class of US Naval frigates in the 1950s into early 1960s. I think the last one left the fleet in the early 1980s.

    • Jim Cain 💝thanks kindly David and yes my critters have and continue to teach me a lot and according to the ‘Wikipedias’☺️…USS Bronstein (FF-1037) was the lead ship of her class in the United States Navy. She was named in honor of Assistant Surgeon Ben Richard Bronstein, who was killed in action on 28 February 1942 when USS Jacob Jones (DD-130) was sunk by a German U-boat off Cape May, New Jersey.🤓it was a fun 1037 number fact for me David ☺️🤓 sending you joy💫🕊hugs hedy

  16. Splendid desolation

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