Sunday, May 24, 2015

Sunset Silhouettes

Last summer, I did a piece, How To Get Naked Camping Going..., after discovering a new site to visit, Innertaboo. Given InnerTaboo's owner's goal is to channel his erotic energy, he spends much of his time naked in the great outdoors.

Spending time naked outside, inevitably leads one to water. Innertaboo is filled with images from the beach, my favorites being the final four sunset silhouette images from Wreck Beach in Vancouver.

'These sunset pictures at Wreck Nude Beach in Vancouver, BC were so fun to take! Our friend Mark is the photographer. Notice the bird in the first picture caught mid-air. Here comes true the saying: a picture is worth a thousand words. Good times. Definitely a re-do this next summer.'

'Wreck Beach itself was gorgeous. We arrived at 3:30 p.m. and there were hundreds of people in clusters all along the beach. It reminded me a bit of Burning Man. Hippies, straights, gays, drum circle (yay!), groups of people playing guitars and ukuleles, people of all ages clustering together socially, couples cuddling or laying on each other, nude vendors hawking their goods (pun intended), lively overall. A guy or two sported a boner. People swimming enjoying the water. And lots of people like cats soaking up the sun, minus the purring, looking contentedly at the ships, hydro-ferries, dancing glimmer on the waves.'


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