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10 Facts - Arctic Nude Yoga Photos

10 Facts - Arctic Nude Yoga Photos

January 29, 2019

nude yoga girl arctic snow blog article photo
1. I was surprised that even if the temperature was -10 ° (and it was windy) the air on my skin still felt ok. The snow was more problematic – it was freezing!
 
2. I was actually more comfortable with the arctic photos than our previous underwater photoshoot which took place in a pool that wasn't heated. It's another type of feeling getting into cold water.
 
3. Actually taking artic nude yoga photos was fun. I’m not a very ''extreme person'' – so this was the most extreme thing I've done in a while. This was a great adrenaline activity too. I felt alive! ;)
 
4. There was a warm place near by so it was outside and inside and repeat. Usually enough time to capture a few different poses.
 
5. I slipped once and totally fell on my back… But I wasn't hurt that bad and I didn’t want to turn back inside even if I was covered in snow. I had walked nude 40 meters already. 
 
6. Beforehand I was nervous but the first step out of your comfort zone is the hardest one... This was a good exercise to push my own limits! Besides of that positive effect, now I know an easy way to empty my mind. Not much room for thinking when you are nude in the snow.
 
7. During the poses I'm always calm. But there comes a point when I sort of realize how freezing it really is... Then I'm running inside!
 
8. I’m very used to snow. In particularly I have many memories from my childhood. Snowboarding is my favorite winter sport btw!
 
9. To take pictures in the snow is a more ecological location for me – the photos are taken in my home country.
 
10. I like arctic photos art wise… It’s something different and a new challenge for me. So I will continue and can't wait to create more. 
 

The arctic print collection is now available in my art gallery.



8 Responses

Tolek
Tolek

March 24, 2019

Excellent! Cold-resistance trainings are not only useful, but also beautiful, and a cold-resistant girl is doubly beautiful, because she can delight us with her beauty all the year round and in any weather! Therefore, the photo model will certainly have to train her cold resistance – the ability of the body to endure cold makes possible original photo shoots and expands the creative range.

Lindsay
Lindsay

March 24, 2019

Just found you and all I have to say is, “Wow!”. Stunningly beautiful photos my friend.

Juraj
Juraj

March 24, 2019

No words 💜💛💚💙

Rajiv
Rajiv

February 19, 2019

You are a very courageous girl to be out in the Arctic in sub zero temperature for your shits .
Really impressed by you and admire you for this .
First time read your blog very impressive

Colin
Colin

January 30, 2019

That’s very brave to do what you have just done, many people would be scared to go out in the snow let alone being nude and doing yoga poses. Beautiful imagery and poses. Thank you for sharing your photos and your thoughts.

CliQ
CliQ

January 30, 2019

Easier than under water?

Tim
Tim

January 30, 2019

2 Winters ago I started drinking my morning coffee on our back porch in the nude. It feels exhilarating, especially when a breeze whips by and kisses my skin. It just hovers above freezing, even on our coldest mornings. Also, coffee = warmth. Still, it is an amazing way to start the day.

Yousouf
Yousouf

January 29, 2019

❤️

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