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Vintage Nudist Family Pics H & E International Vol.85 No.11
Title: Vintage Nudist Family Pics H & E International Vol.85 No.11
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We normally think of sunshine, waves, bright photographs, yet naturism takes on extra elements at night. Teasing shadows, louder laughter, and a certain sophistication and glamour. By Martin.
QUESTION: What happens to naturists at night? Answer: They turn into normal people.
Ha ha. But in Cap d’Agde, they make the most of the darkness. The sun may reflect gloriously during the day, as bronzed bodies glisten and glide through warm waters. Nights, however, are reserved for jazzy times and glamour. When buildings and nature become obscured against the pitchy sky, all the lights are on the body. Naked women become flamboyant as they strut splendidly under the spotlighting dazzling and golden. The shadows tease as they tread the boards, accompanied by night music. At times they disappear, provocatively, transformed into silhouettes.
After sunset, there are few excuses for nudity. It’s just for pure exhilaration. You hear no
murmurs of overall sun tans, of energising sun rays, of the discomfort of soggy bikinis. You just strip off because you want to, because it’s sheer delight.
At night, naturists become zestful, spicy and genial. Attractive women become captivating; comfortable men become enchanting.
There is a sense of daring. Amongst the shadows. Cap d’Agde takes on a magical quality. Anything can happen. The dark atmosphere clings like silk. Yet there is one noticeable aspect — there is nothing sordid or tacky.
There’s no set time to dress at Agde. Some people eat around eight and dress for the occasion, but you might well find cafes where naked and non-naked sit together, drinking and talking until very late.