Category Archives: Nudity in nature

I’m slowly learning not to let my happiness depend on other people.

In civilized life, where the happiness, and indeed almost the existence, of man depends so much upon the opinion of his fellow men, he is constantly acting a studied part.      Washington Irving All the world’s a stage, And all … Continue reading

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Cool naked swimming – really cool

Doing something nude can be vastly different from doing it clothed (in a wetsuit, for example). More information: How a naked female scientist tries to tame belugas in the freezing Arctic cool naked swimming

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Nature was meant to be experienced naked

Trying to experience nature with clothes on is like trying to view a beautiful landscape in a fog. You may enjoy getting a vague idea of what’s there, but you’re missing a large part of the whole. Our skin is … Continue reading

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Nature was naked, and I was also

Nature was naked, and I was also. It was too lazy, soothing, and joyous-equable to speculate about. Yet I might have thought somehow in this vein: Perhaps the inner never lost rapport we hold with earth, light, air, trees, &c., … Continue reading

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