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Hong Kong’s Film Censorship Ordinance number

In Alberta, Foto, FujiX100s, Photography, Story, Street photography, Words of music on 2015/09/09 at 05:00

According to Buddha

The dance of battle is always played to the same impatient rhythm. What begins in a surge of violent motion is always reduced to the perfectly still.

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i don’t even try to stop
what looks like a figure four leg lock
i don’t really care who wins
we’re unprofessional wrestling

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Viva Italia Viva Edmonton Festival ~ Giovanni Caboto Park, Edmonton, Alberta ~ August 2015.

shorthand number for the Intel 80386 microprocessor chip

In Architecture, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, FujiX100s, Photography, Photowalking on 2015/08/19 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Eliminate what doesn’t matter to make more room for what does.

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in the lonely financial zone by the sea
i have walked under moon and stars
skyscrapers shown in their dark majesty
in this otherworldly land of ours
i’ve walked by the buildings
i’ve walked by the malls
i’ve walked by the skyscrapers
lonely and dark

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Toronto, Ontario ~Bathurst Street ~ August 2015.

the double factorial of 8

In Buddhist philosophical concepts, Canada, Photography, Photowalking, Street photography, Words of music on 2015/08/12 at 06:00

According to Buddha

The important thing is that you acknowledge your homeless neighbours and treat them to as much generosity you can muster, even if that is just a smile.

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we’ve all seen a man at the liquor store beggin’ for your change
the hair on his face is dirty, dread-locked, and full of mange
he asks a man for what he could spare, with shame in his eyes
“get a job, you fucking slob,” is all he replies
god forbid, you ever had to walk a mile in his shoes
’cause then you really might know what it’s like to sing the blues

Toronto, Ontario ~Yonge Street ~ August 2015.

13 x 29

In Alberta, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, FujiX100s, Landscape, Photography, Street photography on 2015/07/19 at 07:00

According to Buddha

So don’t forget that for you, I will be standing there for centuries. But hurry, don’t let me down, and don’t let me wait too long.

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caught out running
with just a little too much to hide
maybe baby
everything’s gonna turn out fine
please read the letter
i nailed it to your door
it’s crazy how it all turned out
we needed so much more

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Tomahawk, Alberta ~ random roads ~ July 2015.

2 × 11 × 17

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Canada, Emotion, Fotos, FujiX100s, Hedy Bach Photography, Rural life on 2015/07/08 at 07:00

According to Buddha

Fools wait for a lucky day, but everyday is a lucky day for an industrious man.

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carnival came by my town today
bright lights from giant wheels
fall on the alleyways
and i’m here
by my door
waiting for you

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Ponoka Alberta, Ponoka Stampede ~ July 2015.

31 + 37 + 41 + 43 + 47 + 53 + 59 + 61

In Black and White Photography, by Hedy Bach, Fotos, Hedy Bach Photography, Photography, Photowalking, Street photography on 2015/07/01 at 07:00

According to Buddha

This is how we love, Buddha-style:
impartial to all, free from excessive attachment or false hope and expectation;
accepting, tolerant, and forgiving.
Buddhist nonattachment doesn’t imply complacence or indifference, or not having committed relationships or being passionately engaged with society, but rather has to do with our effort to defy change and resist the fact of impermanence and our mortality. By holding on to that which in any case is forever slipping through our fingers, we just get rope burn.

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they, said some day you’ll find
all who love are blind
when your heart’s on fire
you must realize
smoke gets in your eyes

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Baltimore, Maryland ~ random street ~ June 2015.

fahrenheit degrees equal to 187.78 degrees celsius

In Architecture, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, History, Outsider view, Photowalking, sloppy buddhist, Street photography, Urban life on 2015/06/24 at 07:00

According to Buddha

The quality of life depends not upon external development or material progress, but upon the inner development of peace and happiness.

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and a swinging hot spot
don’t it always seem to go
that you don’t know what you’ve got
’till it’s gone
they paved paradise
and put up a parking lot

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Pigtown, (Washington Village), Baltimore, Maryland

largest number whose square (134689) has strictly increasing digits

In Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Photography, Photowalking, Street photography, Words of music on 2015/06/14 at 06:27

According to Buddha

When we realize the extent of the myriad interconnections which link us to all other life, we realize that our existence only becomes meaningful through interaction with, and in relation to, others.

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you and me, we’re in this together now
none of them can stop us now
we will make it through somehow

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Baltimore, Maryland ~ Random downtown streets ~ June 2015.

Battle of Wolf number

In Alberta, Architecture, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Conceptual photography, Hedy Bach Photography, Minimal photography, sloppy buddhist, Words of music on 2015/05/17 at 07:00

According to Buddha

We can’t blame one individual for what happens in our world. I think we should blame our entire society. Society produces our leaders and politicians, and if we try to develop a more compassionate and affectionate society, we will have human beings with a more peaceful nature. Leaders, politicians, and business people coming from such a society would offer hope for a better world. Our long-term responsibility–everyone’s responsibility, whether they are believers or nonbelievers–is to find ways to promote a peaceful and compassionate society.

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wolf father, at the door
you don’t smile anymore
you’re a drifter, shapeshifter
let me see you run, hey ya hey ya

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EdmontonAlberta Legislature Building ~ May 15, 2015.

Picasso’s 1968 Series

In Black and White Photography, FujiX100s, Hedy Bach Photography, Landmarks, Photography, Urbanscape, Words of music on 2015/04/08 at 07:00

According to Buddha

The secret of seeing things as they are is to take off our coloured spectacles.  That being-as-it-is, with nothing extraordinary about it, nothing wonderful, is the great wonder.  The ability to see things normally is no small thing; to be really normal is the unusual.  In that normality begins to bubble up inspiration.

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saw you on the corner
saw you in the park
saw you on the platform
of Grand Central Station

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Grand Central Terminal (GCT), NYC ~ February 2015.

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