September 8, 2013

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September 8, 2013
happiestnaked:

bnekkid83:

               Nothing says”Good Morning”like waking up and enjoying your first cup of coffee while you soak up a little morning sun.How totally cool is that???Why,Naturally Cool!!

Amen to that. My day doesn’t start until I finish my coffee & put my clothes on!

happiestnaked:

bnekkid83:

              Nothing says”Good Morning”like waking up and enjoying your first cup of coffee while you soak up a little morning sun.How totally cool is that???Why,Naturally Cool!!

Amen to that. My day doesn’t start until I finish my coffee & put my clothes on!

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September 8, 2013

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September 8, 2013
happiestnaked:

naktivated:

The pinnacle.

Freedom

happiestnaked:

naktivated:

The pinnacle.

Freedom

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September 8, 2013
bnekkid83:

                                 Live Life Naked@the Beach;Then run for the open waters and celebrate your right to be absolutely,positively,and most naturally…clothes-free;period!! 

bnekkid83:

                                 Live Life Naked@the Beach;Then run for the open waters and celebrate your right to be absolutely,positively,and most naturally…clothes-free;period!! 

September 7, 2013

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September 7, 2013

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September 7, 2013

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September 7, 2013

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September 7, 2013
bnekkid83:

                 Nude On A Balcony ; Nothing better than waking up to a whole nude morning watching a beautiful view like this…Naturally Speaking!!

bnekkid83:

                 Nude On A Balcony ; Nothing better than waking up to a whole nude morning watching a beautiful view like this…Naturally Speaking!!

September 6, 2013

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September 6, 2013

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September 6, 2013

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September 6, 2013

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September 6, 2013
ayearofdeepcreek:

Story time:
Sometime around 1980, as a young kid, in my copy of National Geographic magazine, I came across this photo of a nude beach in or near Berlin. Halensee. 
Before that, I didn’t know nude beaches existed. I was a little kid. It was the end of the 70s, my parents were hippie-leaning, they were nude- and body-positive, we took showers at bath time as a family and sweet things like that. But they weren’t that hippie: I had never heard of a nude beach, even though when I was a little one I remember running like crazy around the house nude at any chance I got, usually after baths. But that’s what kids do, some kids at least. Me, for sure!
So I found this photo. I poured over the image, night after night. It was reproduced small, kind of like here with the small pixel size, and so I whipped out my magnifying glass. I really studied this image. I was utterly captivated by it. I couldn’t believe such freedom was possible, it existed, and many people evidently enjoyed it. I think I became a nudist that day, though I wouldn’t visit a nude beach for real until I was 16. In the intervening years, I would come to acquire a copy of Lee Baxandall’s nude beach guide—as a kid, I walked into a book store and bought it—one of the 80s editions. I still have it, and as a teenager, long before the flood of the internet, no tumblrs in sight, I now had many, many more images of freedom about which to dream.
Years later, in Los Angeles more recently, I came across the Berlin issue of National Geographic in a thrift store. Of course, it came home with me. It sits in my library, side-by-side with my copy of Lee Baxandall’s guide. I still look at this image from time to time and shake my head at its power over me. 
We can only hope a good naturist tumblr can have just a little of the same power.

ayearofdeepcreek:

Story time:

Sometime around 1980, as a young kid, in my copy of National Geographic magazine, I came across this photo of a nude beach in or near Berlin. Halensee. 

Before that, I didn’t know nude beaches existed. I was a little kid. It was the end of the 70s, my parents were hippie-leaning, they were nude- and body-positive, we took showers at bath time as a family and sweet things like that. But they weren’t that hippie: I had never heard of a nude beach, even though when I was a little one I remember running like crazy around the house nude at any chance I got, usually after baths. But that’s what kids do, some kids at least. Me, for sure!

So I found this photo. I poured over the image, night after night. It was reproduced small, kind of like here with the small pixel size, and so I whipped out my magnifying glass. I really studied this image. I was utterly captivated by it. I couldn’t believe such freedom was possible, it existed, and many people evidently enjoyed it. I think I became a nudist that day, though I wouldn’t visit a nude beach for real until I was 16. In the intervening years, I would come to acquire a copy of Lee Baxandall’s nude beach guide—as a kid, I walked into a book store and bought it—one of the 80s editions. I still have it, and as a teenager, long before the flood of the internet, no tumblrs in sight, I now had many, many more images of freedom about which to dream.

Years later, in Los Angeles more recently, I came across the Berlin issue of National Geographic in a thrift store. Of course, it came home with me. It sits in my library, side-by-side with my copy of Lee Baxandall’s guide. I still look at this image from time to time and shake my head at its power over me. 

We can only hope a good naturist tumblr can have just a little of the same power.

(Source: natgeocreative.com)

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