Wednesday, September 7, 2016
Early September is always an interesting time to take a hike, bare, in nature. It is just before the season changes officially from summer into autumn. It is late enough in the summer for the temperatures to begin to cool somewhat and the foliage and flowers to begin their transition from summer into the autumn growth.
For the most part, the human traffic is minimal. The summer nature lovers, bare or textile (clothed), have already returned to work or school. It is too early for the trees to bear autumn foliage colors. It is an ideal time to seek some tranquil solitude while nude.
Even though the heat and humidity aren't as pronounced as they are during the height of the summer-time, both sunscreen and frequent hydration (water) is still required. The exertion of an extended hike can force the body to perspire. Sunglasses are also highly recommended to protect the eyes.
So don't wait any longer, get bare and get outdoors and explore your natural surroundings. These days won't last forever. Heighten and strengthen an awareness of what is available for exploration and pleasure in the environment. This beauty won't be around much longer.
Don't forget your camera. September hikes often present wonderful opportunities for pictures. Use a tripod or a selfie-stick (extension) if hiking alone. These late summer photos make excellent e-mail attachments or e-cards to send to your bare buddies once the winter weather settles upon us.
Peace! Get naked. Enjoy!
Bare With Pride