I’ve written about a beach at Fort Tilden and its abandoned bunkers previously, but I can’t help sharing some more experiences and photos from that place last year.
Fort Tilden is not an official clothing-optional area, although I always wonder how come it isn’t possible to be clothes-free just anywhere in “the land of the free”?! Well, you’ve got to be brave sometimes.
Well, Fort Tilden beach rarely gets crowded, especially off-season, so it’s a great naked escape from the city on those surprisingly warm and sunny days, like we had last November.
It was a a perfect time to wander in the dunes and thickets of trees that were ready for winter sleep.
And yet the sun was quite strong still and made everything bright and alive.
When the clouds came in the afternoon it got pretty chilly, but we couldn’t resist the last possibility for skinny-dipping in the ocean before the winter would take over.
But even in summer you can usually find a spot without too many people, and you can always hide behind the fence that goes along the beach.
And there are some logs that can serve as a perfect naturist lunch table :p
Another time I came there on weekday in July and it was also almost empty, so I felt free and comfortable enough to fool around and practice some simple acrobatics exercises and stretching.
I was definitely into cartwheels and handstands that day,
and the soft and smooth sand was just so perfect for that.
I made some bridges too.
Then we found a coconut. We imagined it was brought by currents all the way from South Florida, where were in May.
It was a fantastic day, very relaxing (in an active naturist way). It is always hard to believe that you are still within New York City borders there, but you if you need a reminder, just go to those abandoned bunkers.
I think I will be coming there again and again!