Teofilo Folengo

I am reading the exhilarating poem “Baldus” by Theophilus Folengo, first published in 1517. It describes the picaresque adventures of Baldus, a peasant boy from Mantua who tries to emulate the Paladins of France’ exploits. It is written in macaronic Latin, i.e. in the dialects of the Po Valley (Mantua, Veneto, Brescia) with a superficial … Read more

Senderismo Desnudo Europeo (Naked European Walking Tour)

Martes hizó mucho sol otro vez y encuentramos, baso del ski-lift complexo de Asitz in Leogang, el equipo de journalitas Fritz y Walter, de periodico Tageskurier de Vienna.  Ellos estaban caminando con nosotros hoy para scribir un articulo de nuestro escursiones de senderismos desnudo en Austria y los alpes. Salimos el pueblo y entrabamos el … Read more

Senderismo Desnudo Europeo (Naked European Walking Tour)

Martes julio 03. Empezabamos hoy con un equipo más pequeno, porque estaba lloviando. Sandro era cansada, Bruce quirida cocinar, Mira y Gianni quirian ir a comprar. El tiempo miraba totalmente terribile. Parcabamos y alguien de nos quipo removaban su ropas, y empezabamos caminando el camino plana que iba subiendo al Sudwienerhütte. Cambiabamos salutarios varios con … Read more

Friendly reminder on content posting

A friendly reminder to all, and especially to new, members. When posting content, please ensure it is firstly relevant to the site and also that it abides by the site’s rules for naked content. The fairly comprehensive photo guidelines will help if anyone is unclear on this. Thanks 0

Friendly reminder on photo uploads

A reminder to all, and especially new members to the site. Please make your posts relevant and interesting to the memberhip. This includes not posting inane “look at me and my genitals” photo. The photo guidelines should help anyone who is not clear on this. Thanks for your co-operation and understanding. 0

Mornig walk around the pond

This morning I left just before 8:00 – it takes about a half-hour walk to reach this place. It rained yesterday and even snowed on the mountain tops; you could see your breath. I knew that the sun, recently risen from behind the hill, would illuminate the brown leaves of the young poplar. In a … Read more

Light fires up everything

I went out for a walk in the fields this morning; it was just after eight o’clock. The sun, with the summer time, had just risen. Everything exposed to the east was illuminated: a golden light, which you feel enters your body and mind. “Immediately naked,” I hear myself suggest in thought. Because I really … Read more

Facial tan lines

This is the poster for a photo exhibition by young photographer Fabrizio Spucches dedicated to Covid-19. The parts left blank by the tan immediately reminded me of the similar tan lines left by swimsuits or bikinis. To the images, I was not able to disassociate their content, indeed to compare it. 1) taking off the … Read more

Light from above

I was amazed by this photo when I saw it on the monitor. The first words I thought were, “mystical Light”. It’s still the same cherry tree from a few days ago but seen in this light: the feeling is that it was itself full of light, from the inside. The sun had just risen … Read more

Blossoming cherry tree

Irresistible to pose next to this cherry tree so beautifully in bloom. We try to attend and stay close to beautiful things that make us happy just by looking at them, just because they exist. The mere presence modulates our mood, and from the mood slowly moves a reset of thoughts, connections and knowledge. Sometimes … Read more

My little almond tree

This year the almond tree bloom is late. It still doesn’t fail to give joy to those who watch. I’m glad to have it in my little patch of garden. Lombardy is on its umpteenth lock-down: you can’t get out of your home town. Spring is borderless, and I like having this term of comparison … Read more

First sunbathing

It has been a cold and rainy winter as it should be. I carefully keep away fears and hopes, obsessions and news of the moment because they distract me from the peace and serenity of nature. I fill up on warmth, vitality, vitamin-D and all things “positive” about life – I don’t need tests to … Read more

Nudism: A mirror to the human soul

Our soul represents spiritual or  eternal  nudity….whereas our  physical nudity is a mirror image…naturism or nudism enable  us to be comfortable, respectful of not just the self but also of others^ nudity too…all  the  more it gives us the freedom to be what we truly are without crossing the limits…. +1

Anticipation of paradise

I am reading a vulgarization of the of Honorius of Autun in an ancient Venetian dialect (written shortly before Dante). The work is a kind of agile catechism, consisting of questions from the student and answers from the master. In paragraph 81 of book three, the student asks the master: «What clothes will God’s elects … Read more

Alone, we bare it !

Has your daily routine been affected by the covid-19 epidemic ?  We have been a little more restricted to staying within our own home, although that hasn’t been such a major change it has been more noticed when we have really wanted to be with other members of our small family. We don’t usually have … Read more

Mistletoe

A photo from a few days ago. In the past years, I used a photo like this one to wish a happy new year to all Naktiv’s friends. The sun had just come out from behind the hill (around 9h15), and two park rangers had just passed by. It was perhaps 5°Celsius, but without wind, … Read more

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