Kodachrome Yoga: Take a Journey Back.

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on May 30, 2012
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Dancer on the Brooklyn Bridge

                   The Hudson Valley, New York 

                 Central Park, NYC

                  Central Park, NYC

                      Woodstock, New York

                      Brooklyn Bridge               

                                                                   Upstate New York Fifties Forearm Balance



Deep gratitude to all of the New Yorkers I had the honor of working with.

Appearing in this post: Jen Warakomski, Michelle Dawson, Elitza Datcheva, Emma Magenta

All images retro-enhanced using Instagram while on the airplane returning from New York to California. To view these images in their original format, please visit the Facebook Gallery.


View more elephant journal posts by Robert Sturman here.


Editor: Kate Bartolotta


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5 Responses to “Kodachrome Yoga: Take a Journey Back.”

  1. MamasteNJ says:

    Some Kodak moments for sure. I can almost hear the clicking of the carousal. Thanks Robert Sturman. ~Mamaste

  2. Black Dirt Goddess says:

    Theres so much to say and capture in New York. She is a vast array of sites, sounds, intricacies, depth, and dirty glory. She is timeless, sincere, and significant beyond Her obvious trophy landmarks. A simple sampling of her sweet ~ just like lemonade and hand holding ~ kind of love is such a gorgeous offering….thanks Mr. Sturman, New York Loves you….

  3. Dylan says:

    totally rad. awesome job.

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  5. Mamaste says:

    Just intro'd on FB to : Main Page

    Still love this.