Seeing this photograph out of any context, people often get around to thinking, and then asking many questions about it, like, “Where did all these naked people come from? How did they get to this place? And, “WHERE is this, anyway?”
One sentence explains a lot: These are fun-loving folks on an island in the Caribbean, delivered there by a clothing-optional cruise ship, The Carnival Pride, and the trip itself was created by the clothing-optional cruise specialist (don’t ya know), Bare Necessities.
These folks are, not surprisingly, some of friendliest, most playful (and least uptight) people you’ll ever meet. From all walks of life, from all over the world, including the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Australia, they came to enjoy a trip to the tropics during which you can shed your clothes on islands along the way, and on the ship.
At this stop, on “Half Moon Cay,” they could, on a balmy 80° F afternoon, create “How Green Is My Island,” 1 of a series of 3 new TreeSpirit photographs.
SEE THE OTHER 2 photographs in this series: