Not last year but a good insight to a great festival where clothes are not required!
Here comes our report from Burning Man festival this year, when 18 of us gathered together to create a camp themed around Gymnasium as an Ancient Greek institution for athletics, philosophy and socializing. You can read more about the concept of our camp on its own webpage; we launched this project a few months earlier at FreeForm Festival, and here you can see how it came about at the festival of festivals, Burning Man. (But keep in mind that this is by no means an attempt to write about the festival as a whole, there simply “too much” fun stuff happens to be able to grasp more than just a fraction of it.)
After months of preparation, the last days before the festivals were very exciting but also a bit scary – with this endeavor being our first experience as such a theme camp, something was likely to go wrong! Indeed, our…
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A wonderful hike!
After a day babysitting grand-daughter, we are on our way south to the cute little town of Patagonia. We get ice for the cooler at a Tucson convenience store and immediately strip in the parking lot. Tonight, we will get closer to the trailhead for an early morning hike, high into the southern end of the Santa Rita Mountains.
On the way south, I have DF read an article in the latest issue of “N” Magazine about “naking” or naked hiking. We decide that we are not too fond of the contraction, but the attitude fits well. The authors stated that they have been hiking the Appalachian Trail for years, nude. They don’t cover up, they just act as if they are oblivious that they are naked and hundreds of people during encounters, have treated them in that way in the exchanges. I had written out my thinking on…
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A naturist view…!
I love the song ‘Naked’ by James Arthur, but it did pique me a little since the singer in the song isn’t naked, he’s just feeling vulnerable or emotional. Well, I am an honest person and so I rewrote it as if the person really is naked. And here is the video I did for it.
Thanks to James Arthur of course, you can see his (real) version here.
A real story of the ride!
Since the earliest World Naked Bike Ride events in the UK, US and Netherlands on 12 June 2004, the phenomenon has spread to six continents and dozens of countries. The UK itself now has rides in more than twenty towns and cities yet, up to the end of last year, I had personally only participated in London. It was time to go further, so the day after London Naked Bike Ride 2017, Esther and I caught a train to Brighton.
Maps data © 20167 Google – from The Level (north) to the naturist beach (east)
On the Level
The ride was due to leave The Level at 1:30pm so we aimed to get there half an hour before. A discreet enclosure for bike ride participants was at the north end of the park but we found naked people roaming about freely…
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Wishing everyone a happy nude 2018!
Firstly a very happy new year to all our friends. Here’s to another year of naked fun times. And yes it should be fun. Sure, we all know it’s important to take naturism seriously on certain levels but getting naked with other like minded people or indeed alone is exciting, liberating and quite often very good fun indeed!
The human body is also a beautiful creation and there shouldn’t be any shame in appreciating it’s form from a more artistic or even sexual point of view. These things are natural and beautiful. We have had some criticism that some of our photos are a little too suggestive and that a lot are posed but we have to say we really don’t care if this offends.
We enjoy taking our candid naturist photos but we also enjoy doing more artistic and posed modelling shoots. It’s part of who we are and…
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