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Sydney University Bushwalkers 2014 nude calendar
FatCanyoner
16/10/2013
6:29:52 PM
Sorry for the shameless plug folks, but my club is producing this amazing nude calendar for 2014. There's some amazing photos of stunning natural spots (mostly in the Blueys) with a mix of stunning and less stunning naked bushwalkers in the foreground. The full promo spiel is below. If you want to check out some of the photos, you can see them here: http://fatcanyoners.org/2013/10/16/nude-calendar/. If you want to pre-order a copy, do that here: http://www.subw.org.au/calendar.

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What could be better than than a calendar full of stunning photographs of wilderness? What if you added a band of bushwalkers enjoying those spots in the most natural way possible? And how about having the profits go directly to an organisation that campaigns to protect and expand those amazing wild places?

Well that’s exactly what the crew from the Sydney University Bushwalkers are offering the discerning nature calendar connoisseur. Best of all, the club’s much-anticipated follow-up to last year’s “Men & Women of SUBW: 2013 nude calendar” contains a spectacular array of high-quality photographs.

From the high plateaus of Kanangra, to hidden waterholes in the lower Blue Mountains, from the depths of plunging slot canyons, to the rocky pinnacles of the Gardens of Stone, this band of bushwalkers have gone far and wide to lay bare Sydney’s bountiful natural assets.

While bushwalkers have always been known for their penchant for some impromptu nudity — you’d be hard-pressed to find a river or stream in the Blue Mountains that hasn’t hosted a steamy mid-summer skinny dip — SUBW has raised the bar in recent years with a series of nude walks, canyons and even natural yoga sessions.

Not content to just immortalise these beautiful places in print, the club decided that every cent raised should flow straight to the Colong Foundation for Wilderness, which has spent decades ensuring these natural treasures are protected for future generations.

They’ve also dispelled once and for all the myth of the disorganised uni student, because while it may have taken the club almost 20 years between producing their first and second nude calendars, this year’s effort is not only an immediate follow-up, it will be printed in November, allowing delivery a whole month before Christmas!

And with an affordable $20 price tag — that’s less than six cents for each of the 365 days of joy you’re guaranteed to enjoy — there’s no excuse not to have this calendar hanging proudly on your kitchen wall (or less proudly tucked away in the shed).

It makes the ultimate gift for any outdoor enthusiast, not to mention an easy conversation starter as curious dinner guests question the naked bushwalkers dangling from your wall.

Pre-orders are being taken now, with postage options that allow you to pick up a copy where-ever you live on this great big globe.

Last year the calendar sold out, so place your order early and you’ll be enjoying your very own copy of this limited-edition collectors item in no time: http://www.subw.org.au/calendar.

shortman
17/10/2013
11:55:19 AM
Ha ha.

Has anyone else checked this out yet?

Good luck FatCanyoner!?!

Miguel75
17/10/2013
12:04:49 PM
As much as I like bush walkers, nude dudes is one thing that can't be unseen:)
FatCanyoner
17/10/2013
12:23:15 PM
Oh, we all know you loved it!
egosan
17/10/2013
7:36:49 PM
Quit being such a prude, Miguel. It is just a c--k.

Miguel75
17/10/2013
10:13:15 PM
On 17/10/2013 egosan wrote:
>Quit being such a prude, Miguel. It is just a c--k.

What? I must have missed it, I'll have another look;)

ajfclark
18/10/2013
7:31:54 AM
On 17/10/2013 egosan wrote:
>Quit being such a prude, Miguel. It is just a c--k.

Guess you're missing a couple of other things then Sol...
FatCanyoner
25/10/2013
9:22:11 PM
Here you go guys. I thought I'd offer a more climbing-specific photo from the calendar. This is one of our club members doing some bouldering at Coogee recently.


Superstu
25/10/2013
10:00:14 PM
Dare I ask where does she keep her chalk?
FatCanyoner
27/10/2013
4:58:33 PM
Only if you're more daring than I am! (I'm too scared of her to share any of the amusing thoughts your comment inspired...)

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