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Yoga is a way of moving into stillness in order to experience the truth of who you are.

PhotoYoga is looking for stories and reviews that focus on our relationship to photography, photography as an art form as well as a lifestyle choice, and as a therapy. 

Reviews should be 300+ words and can include the author's interpretation of the book, article, or video and may even include the author's own photographs if appropriate. 

Original articles should be 500+ words and may even include the author's own photographs if appropriate. 

Author must own or have permission to include photographs.

By submitting to PhotoYoga, the author grants permission to publish writings and photographs on www.photo-yoga.com but retains all copyright. 

Please submit only your own writing that has not been previously published.

PhotoYoga is looking for stories and reviews that focus on our relationship to photography, photography as an art form as well as a lifestyle choice, and as a therapy. 

Reviews should be 300+ words and can include the author's interpretation of the book, article, or video and may even include the author's own photographs if appropriate. 

Original articles should be 500+ words and may even include the author's own photographs if appropriate. 

Author must own or have permission to include photographs.

By submitting to PhotoYoga, the author grants permission to publish writings and photographs on www.photo-yoga.com but retains all copyright. 

Please submit only your own writing that has not been previously published.

Guest Contributors

Guest Contributors

Sue Rakers

Talented St. Louis-based UrbanX photographer. Enjoy her adventures through abandoned buildings.

Much of what I photograph is called abandonment or decay photography. I am fascinated with abandoned spaces and the stories they have to tell.

Find more of Sue's photos on her website or follow her on Instagram.

Weekly Challenge: Dust in a beam of light >>>

Sue Rakers

Talented St. Louis-based UrbanX photographer. Enjoy her adventures through abandoned buildings.

Much of what I photograph is called abandonment or decay photography. I am fascinated with abandoned spaces and the stories they have to tell.

Find more of Sue's photos on her website or follow her on Instagram.

Weekly Challenge: Dust in a beam of light >>>

Michael Matney

Just a guy living and working in the metro east area of St. Louis, or as some might call it: Illinois. Spent 20 years in the Air Force and am now retired. I am an avid photographer and try to get out as much as I can to take photos.

 

Find more of Mike's photos on his website or follow him on Instagram @matneym

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