At sea, at peace, with trees, in the South Pacific…
Some of these tree and nature fans actually had to be coaxed down from the branches of this giant banyan so they’d be visible in the photograph. (You won’t see all the people off the ground without seeing a large print of this large-scale image.) You also may sense everyone here is comfortable being naked in a group setting.
Why is that? Because they were part of an exotic Bare Necessities specialty-charter, clothing-optional cruise. Which means much of the time you can shed your clothes to enjoy the feel of sun, wind, water, sand and, in this case, tree, upon bare skin. Which tends to attract people who are 1) comfortable in their own skin, and 2) comfortable being around others who enjoy this freedom — both uncommon traits in most modern cultures, even in the South Pacific.
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