What Makes a Photo a Naturist Photo? (via Sky Clad Therapist)

The sky is overcast today with just the occasional whisper of a shower from time to time. It is quite warm, regardless, and we are enjoying the day. This morning we went for a shorter walk of just over four kilometres rather than our usual ten kilometres. Rather than wearing our Kiniki bathing suits, we wore clothing for the walk along the shorter section. Since it wasn’t sunny, it almost seemed pointless to wear bathing suits. Besides, swimming wasn’t on our agenda. Now that we are back, I have time for some writing and blogging.

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curator’s note This post raises many questions. Is there is such a thing as a naturist photo?  People attach labels to things not in line with the original intention or definition of the word. How to know the intention of a photo when you may not talk with the owner? Why is Facebook the arbiter of what is acceptable with regard to nudity?  Should we be more focused on the impact a photo has than its original taker’s intention. Read the rest of this thoughtful post and share your thoughts with the author.

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