Nudism In Nature
PERHAPS THE PUREST FORM OF NUDISM, YOUNG NYMPHS NAKED IN NATURE
Young women or teens getting naked in nature on a hot summer day - if there's a high-mark for nudist journalism, this is it. If you need a hobby, consider this: Nudist pictures have to be taken by someone, why not you?
There's a reason why we ask: In Greek mythology, the nymph is a minor female deity of nature, usually associated with a forest or specific terrain. As the divine energy that animates nature, they are commonly viewed as beautiful, nubile maidens with frivolous (is it frivolous?) disposition to dance and sing, naked of course, sparking amorous feelings in wayward voyagers (well depicted in the Coen brother’s movie “Heaven Where Art Thou?”). We don't need to be Hollywood auteurs to bring this theme to life. If you have a camera and a willing mate you can do it yourself. (See: Taking Nudist Pictures As A Hobby)
Personifying nature, and natural impulses, nymphs are identified with the life-giving outflow of natural springs, certainly a euphemistic metaphor for evolution. Evoking besotted admiration, men are viewed as at risk to their ethereal charms. Well, nothing has changed, has it? Looking at these young women of the modern era in forest streams and on river banks have the same effect, and we can only conclude it’s purposeful – it’s the driving force of evolution. Without this attraction, where would we be? We're suppose to look. Our fascination is suppose to relieve us of our modern day angst and misery. Stopping to appreciate beauty reminds us of the essence of life. Seriously. Nudists In Nature: Nymphs