Friday, November 27, 2009

From one extreme to the other.

So, if you read the previous post, you know that I've been in Joshua Tree National Park for the last week spending time hanging out and shooting with Team YogaSlackers, and attending a yoga retreat that they were co-leading with another yoga instructor from San Diego, Melissa Karolides. It was a great six days of hanging out in the hot desert, lots of sun, yoga, climbing, shooting, moving constantly and eating some really good vegetarian camp cuisine. So as you can imagine, it was quite the swing of the pendulum to leave Joshua Tree late Thanksgiving morning after being up with the sun and doing 4 hours of shooting the team, only to sit in a car for a while, then sit on a plane for a while, then sit in another car for a while, then recklessly stuff my face with turkey. I've got about 1500 images to work through, but I thought I'd share a few quickies now and a little time-lapse video I made of a morning yoga session. It was awesome to see Jason and Chelsey again, and it was great getting to know Sam and Paul for the first time. Shooting and hanging out with them was a blast, and I can't wait to start digging in to the images.

Morning Practice from Ben Fullerton on Vimeo.

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