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Urban Yoga

This is one huge piece that can be printed to 5 meters length on Canvass. I have included a detail crop to see the sharpness of the photo and the expression of joy in the yoga instructor. 


The perspective brings the viewer into focus, the joy and happiness is that which we would not mind having. Others sought it with their entire life. Yet another, share their joy with others. And the guru among us encourage and guide us into achieving them. Through all these, perhaps one arrives after loosing all that one possessed. Perhaps the one that have nothing is the joyous and lightest of all.





This one has the Singapore city included in one wide scoop.




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