When Luke had so nervously asked if I'd mind taking a "naked in nature" photo of him, my first thought, (accompanied by the stupidest nervous girlish/bashful giggle I couldn't have ever imagined coming from me), was "compared to getting murdered, this is easy!"
Holidays with my wife have always been about compromise - she wants to fit as much as possible into the time, while I'm more about taking time out and relaxing. For me, the purest relaxation comes from nude recreation. However, a naturist holiday has not been something that we’ve been able to compromise on… until now.
We know the sensation of what it’s like to draw a deep breath of clean air into our lungs. Air is essential for life, and clean air is especially essential for healthy living. Unfortunately, there are some places where the air is so full of pollutants and other particles that it’s unhealthy to breathe it -- and some of those places are our own homes.
I am in the younger generation that is so often spoken about by older nudists; that we are to be sought to maintain club numbers and the existence of a clothes-free lifestyle. I discovered clothes-freedom when I was 15. Sitting outside with my mother and brother on a hot summer’s evening...
I had considered what the best way would be to ask the question so Daisy wouldn't feel pressured or obligated, "You can totally say no to this, but would you mind getting a 'naked in nature' photo of me from the tunnel?"