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Night Shift.

LABSN Editor’s Note: When I checked out Josephine R. Unglaub’s blog I found some wonderful art. I wanted to share her work with everyone.

lemanshots - Fine Pictures and Digital Art

lemanshots_cityDesigned and created by Josephine R. Unglaub

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Why I Choose To Live Naked. | elephant journal

LABSN Editor’s Note: I like how Mr. Mathis Kennington relates that being physically naked can bring out our emotional nakedness, which is a good thing.

I’m worried you’ll see where I stepped off my path and picked up that scar that serves as a constant reminder that I am a traveler and not the destination.

Source: Why I Choose To Live Naked. | elephant journal

Nelli’s Last Supper inspires questions | The Florentine

LABSN Editor’s Note: In honor of National Women’s Month I’m posting this very interesting piece about a 14th century woman artist. Women artists in general do not receive the accolades they deserve, and early women artists are all but unknown outside of the art academia community. I hope you enjoy this article, and notice at the end there is a link to a crowd-funding effort to restore this masterpiece. If you can, help out.

Jane Fortune considers Plautilla Nelli’s Last Supper, the largest painted work in the world by an early female artist

Source: Nelli’s Last Supper inspires questions | The Florentine

A practical idea

LABSN Editor’s Note: Ran across Nikola Novak’s Naked Diaries blog and found this post interesting. Nikola makes a good argument for practicality.

The situation is somewhere between symbolism and analogy, really. The clothes make me feel trapped when I wear them. Now I’m trapped in this place because of them.

Source: A practical idea

Face off

LABSN Editor’s Note: Notis Stamos came to my attention when I saw a posting on LABSN “liked” by the blogger. The photography is excellent and very inspiring. I thought you would be similarly inspired and impress.

 

Art at the push of a button

Flowers, Macro, NotisStamos I should work a bit on my botanical knowledge, because I have no clue what flowers these are.

I recently set up a small portable photo studio in my living room, with the purpose of photographing flowers and other small things. I have several ideas and testing them should fill several long, cold winter nights. The studio is still a project under development and improving the set up is almost as much fun as taking the photographs.

© 2016 Epameinondas Stamos

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This year’s Christmas tree already shines in the garden :)

LABSN Editor’s Note: I’ve been following this Goggle Blog called nagistylzycia for a couple years and the gentleman who owns it always has some wonderful photos and comments about being nude in nature. It is in Polish (I think), but there’s a translate button and I can usually make sense of what’s going on. I wish I knew the gentleman’s name, but I’m not able to figure that out yet. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

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http://nagistylzycia.blogspot.com

Charco Del Palo

LABSN Editor’s Note: Molly and Miles have a great blog that I thought I’d share. I love how they  have a lot of original content on their blog promoting healthy naturism, along with interesting reblogs of others’ ideas.

OUR NATURIST BLOG

blog47 Molly and i at the Obona apartments

A few years ago Molly and i went on our first naturist holiday together. At the time we decided to book through Chalfont Holidays, an online naturist travel agents who were very helpful indeed. We chose to goto Charco Del Palo, a small holiday village on the north-eastern coast of Lanzarote, in the Canary Islands.

Nudity is permitted everywhere in the village and the site is open to all however its isolated location helps to ensure a certain amount of privacy. On our visit we stayed in an Obona apartment. Obona are a German travel company that own a couple of blocks of properties in Charco but most of the apartments are privately owned. There are plenty of reasonably priced apartments for rental on the nudelanza.com website.

I had been on a normal textile holiday to Lanzarote in the past so already had an…

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