February 3, 2013

Latte Art from Russia.

Here’s some latte art from I Love Yoga in Russia.

The caption to this photo is “Впустите Ганешу в себя ;)”—the Bing translator translates this to “Let Ganesha in itself ;)”

I Love Yoga’s mission is:

“Миссия: повышение разностороннего интереса к йоге и привлечение внимания к тому,что происходит в этой сфере сегодня в Москве и за её пределами!Другими словами-популяризация йоги в России посредством ознакомления участников сообщества помимо общей информации о йоге,ещё и актуальными новостями,мероприятиями,семинарами,титчерз курсами,йога-турами и многим-многим другим!Особенность проекта в том,что мы хотим предлагать узнавать людям через постоянно обновляющуюся галерею об абсалютно всех важных и не только событиях,происходящих в йога среде!

Bing Translator translates this to:

“Mission: To raise interest in the versatile yoga and draw attention to what is happening in this area today in Moscow and abroad. In other words, to popularize yoga in Russia by providing community members in addition to general information about yoga, and relevant news, events, seminars, courses, yoga-titčerz tours and many, many others. A design feature that we want to offer to people through the Gallery displayed on all important and totally not only events in yoga! “I LOVE YOGA”: YOUR INFORMATION FRIEND IN THE WORLD OF YOGA TODAY!”



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Ed: Bryonie Wise

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