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photos by Arno Fischer, Günter Rössler, Ludwig Schirmer and Ostkreuz photographers.

photos by Arno Fischer, Günter Rössler, Ludwig Schirmer and Ostkreuz photographers.

Eadweard Muybridge. I find this photo appealing because of the way the action is caught so clearly in each photo. Each individual one transitions smoothly into the next.

Eadweard Muybridge. I find this photo appealing because of the way the action is caught so clearly in each photo. Each individual one transitions smoothly into the next.

sibylle bergemann

sibylle bergemann

Fashion photo for„Sibylle“, Lehnitz, Brandenburg, 1984, Copyright: Ute Mahler/OSTKREUZ

Fashion photo for„Sibylle“, Lehnitz, Brandenburg, 1984, Copyright: Ute Mahler/OSTKREUZ

๑ Nineteen Fourteen ๑ historical happenings, fashion, art style from a century ago - Vera Fokina in the ballet Scheherazade, 1914

๑ Nineteen Fourteen ๑ historical happenings, fashion, art style from a century ago - Vera Fokina in the ballet Scheherazade, 1914

arno fischer | Foto Arno Fischer: Ostberlin, Friedrichshain, 1956

arno fischer | Foto Arno Fischer: Ostberlin, Friedrichshain, 1956

Paper Moon photo (vintage)

She Is Dusting The Moon

Paper Moon photo (vintage)

Arno Fischer fotografierte die "Kinderschar" 1957 in Ostberlin © Arno Fischer

Arno Fischer fotografierte die "Kinderschar" 1957 in Ostberlin © Arno Fischer

(rolfing) fascia can cause pain when pulled out of its natural position by injuries, stress, inflammation, trauma, scoliosis or poor posture, according to Dr. Ida Rolf, who made the technique popular in the 1970s. It can also be thrown off-kilter in those with cerebral palsy, when brain injuries cause some muscles to work too hard and others not enough, researchers say.

To help kids move, docs try Rolfing

(rolfing) fascia can cause pain when pulled out of its natural position by injuries, stress, inflammation, trauma, scoliosis or poor posture, according to Dr. Ida Rolf, who made the technique popular in the 1970s. It can also be thrown off-kilter in those with cerebral palsy, when brain injuries cause some muscles to work too hard and others not enough, researchers say.

Arno Fischer | Berlin 1958

Arno Fischer | Berlin 1958

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