Author: barbeint1701

Naturist Photo Challenge 6

Reproduce this picture the best you can and post it on your Twitter account or send it to @IbanSaram on Twitter for inclusion in this gallery. All body types are welcome! Both women and men can take part! The deadline for submissions is 9pm (Central European Time) on Thursday, 2 July 2015.

Naturist Photo Challenge 5

Reproduce this picture the best you can and post it on your Twitter account or send it to @IbanSaram on Twitter for inclusion in this gallery. All body types are welcome! Both women and men can take part! The deadline for submissions is 9pm (Central European Time) on Thursday, 25 June 2015.  

The Self-Acceptance Photo Challenge

This is the “Self-Acceptance Challenge”. It’s not one of the weekly photo challenges, but rather an ongoing one; in other words there’s no deadline you have to send your submissions in by and, to be perfectly truthful, everyone who takes part is a winner. The picture that is to be reproduced is one that “thetomska” posted and I have reposted twice on Twitter. Why did I choose this image for this challenge? Beyond the fact that I find his statement immensely empowering, the straight on camera angle and his posture in the image are incredibly unflattering; his slightly hunched, unphotoshopped appearance allow no room for pretence. I challenge you to reproduce this picture the best you can and post it on your Twitter account or send it to me (@IbanSaram) on Twitter for inclusion in this gallery. All body types are welcome! Both women and men can take part!

Naturist Photo Challenge 4

Reproduce this picture the best you can and post it on your Twitter account or send it to @IbanSaram on Twitter for inclusion in this gallery. All body types are welcome! Both women and men can take part! The deadline for submissions is 9pm (Central European Time) on Thursday, 4 June 2015.  

Photo Challenge 3

Check out this image submission for the Naturist Photo Challenge No.  3. Reproduce this picture the best you can and post it on your Twitter account or send it to @IbanSaram on Twitter for inclusion in the gallery on clothesfreelife.com. The deadline for submission is 9pm on Friday, 8 May 2015.

What is that brown all about?!?

Anyone and everyone who follows my account on Twitter [@IbanSaram] knows that over the course of a week I usually post several “TeamNaturist” pictures, which are depictions of life in a clothesfree state, some “Thought of the Day” images, which aren’t necessarily aimed at the naturist or nudist public, but include an unclad figure and a (for me) meaningful quote or proverb; in addition to those I also post a “Testicular Tuesday” image once a week and when the biking season starts here I normally post one or two World Naked Bike Ride images at the weekends. Observant followers have noticed that there’s one thing that links all these images, no matter what hashtag the post finally bears: the brownish-tan border or frame. Yes, it was only a matter of time until some tweeple started asking me why I chose that particular colour for the frame.  Here’s the answer: When I started captioning and posting images on a regular basis, each hashtag had a frame of a different colour; I usually had green ones around …

No solo ladies?

As @IbanSaram I caption and post naturist pictures on Twitter; besides my normal Twitter fare I post a “Thought of the Day” and a “#TeamNaturist” picture on a more or less daily basis. The images normally depict nude people either outdoors or doing run-of-the-mill things around the house and every once and a while I try to use an “artsy” image. Some of them are posed, some candid, but the people are almost always identifiable, i.e. you can see their faces or some identifiable mark like a tattoo. Not a lot of those images – just a handful in fact – are of unaccompanied ladies and that has become the subject of a number of “direct messages” I’ve received recently. Aside from the very obvious reason (showcasing a relatively low number of clothesfree women reduces the feed’s attraction to people who are just looking for additions to their “wank banks”), there are other reasons: It’s a question of “supply”. A significant number of the pictures I post on Twitter were sent to me by naturists …