Nacktkultur

Posted July 28th by in Photography

Nacktkultur or “Nude Culture” was a movement in 1920s Germany that celebrated nudity with a cult-like pagan worship of nature. This included sun worship and an immense amount of frolicking, jumping, sporting, and somersaulting nude through grass. Photography by Gerhard Riebicke

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