sloppy buddhist

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In abstract, Alberta landscapes, Art, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Conceptual photography, dreams, FujiX100V, Imagemaker, Minimal photography, nature, Photography, Words of music on 2022/04/17 at 04:00

According to Buddha

Fearlessness is the most prominent characteristic of all bodhisattvas and all who tread the bodhisattva path. For them, life has lost its terrors and suffering its sting. Instead of scorning earthly existence, or condemning its ‘imperfection’, they fill it with a new meaning.

afraid that you can’t climb higher
scared that you’re gonna fall
every time the road gets harder
the art of survival

like a river, a day ago ~ North Saskatchewan ~ Etown – Amiskwaciwâskahikan ᐊᒥᐢᑲᐧᒋᐋᐧᐢᑲᐦᐃᑲᐣ ~ April 2022

  1. I love this

  2. Wow. How did you create these, Hedy. They look great!

    • I have an assignment on symmetry so I used Psexpress🤓 it was fun to play with Chris🙏❄️🌱have a productive week ~ smiles hedy ☺️

  3. Wonderful captures Hedy 🤍🕊🤍

  4. Fantastic.

  5. No matter the circumstances, all is well.
    Fascinating photos made even more so
    by your amazing talent! Happy Easter Hedy!
    hugs, Eddie

  6. You’ve done it again. Fascinating images.

    • Thanks kindly Neil and it was a little challenge in a group I’m in 🤓🤸‍♀️❄️and I could see things 🙂🙃😉happy Easter Monday hedy🐇🐇🐇

  7. Beautiful symmetry. Interesting words.

  8. I feel more fearless just having read your intro. 🙏🏻 Beautiful images, as you do!

  9. wow Hedy these pictures are amazing! No fear in your lens.. love it! 💖💖

  10. You make working with what you have look like a worthwhile pursuit, Hedy. Cheers!

    • Homework🤓😉🙃🙂so yes fun albeit the snow can go❄️❄️❄️🌱🤸‍♀️happiness your way Lynn happy Easter Monday🐇hugs hedy

  11. Still very cold, right?
    (No fear)
    (And thank you for your posts. It is my weekly pleasure to open up your weekly selection of images and thoughts.)

    • Right, yes fresh❄️❄️❄️🫣🙄now I’m done with it🤓thanks for your comments Brian🙏

      • I can imagine. here’s a comment on “be here now”, I couldn’t post on your reply:
        An English friend of mine (former big boss actually) just wrote that at the end of a mail exchange. Had to ask him what he meant. “A buddhist phrase” he said and explained.
        I of course thought of you…

  12. I love this post

  13. Very cool images!

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