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Permission is given to credentialed journalists to use the following images in stories that appear in print, online, and other media. No additional permission is required from AANR to use these images, provided that the following terms are observed:

  • No alteration of the images may be made other than resizing to fit space constraints;
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AANR International Skinny Dip Day

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Over 13,000 participants from all over the country participated in this year's World Record Skinny Dip event.  Photo by John Mark Day

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Nudist enjoy every form of recreation such as Nude rock climbing

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The American Association for Nude Recreation and The Naturist Society invite people across North America to participate in special events at nude beaches, or to visit clothes-free clubs, during Nude Recreation Week.

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Water volleyball is more fun in the nude!

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