London WNBR 2012

I guess most of you would have seen hundreds of photos and many videos from various WNBR events this year already.. but have you seen the best ? 🙂

Well as with previous years.. I find that there is one photo that captures my mood of the day.  It is obviously not possible for me to take my own photo and most of the time the photos I pose for tend not to reflect the way I’m feeling at the time, so when someone takes a photo of me when I’m not aware that they are doing so.. sometimes it works and captures  everything that I’m thinking of and feeling at that time.

Being nude is natural for me, I don’t have to be nude every single minute of every single day and I don’t make a song and dance about it, but there are moments when being nude feels so much better than it would feel otherwise.

Take a look at this one and tell me what it says to you.. It was taken by a friend @nigelwill2001 on twitter.

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28 Responses to London WNBR 2012

  1. Richcom says:

    You look lovely & relaxed and serene! Richard.

  2. Reblogged this on home clothes free and commented:
    Well worth saving photo of @ladygod1va at WNBR London

  3. Looking closely at that picture, as I have done, I think you should raise your saddle, and treat yourself to some mudguards….

  4. George says:

    It’s a great picture – tells me you’re completely relaxed and feeling at home in your skin.

  5. Peter Weston says:

    What a fantastic shot and captures perfectly the ethos of Naturism, to act so naturally in any situation. Would have been interesting to see the reaction to anybody on the bus!

  6. Brian S says:

    Indeed the best picture from any WNBR that I’ve ever seen and I’ve seen many of them. I also agree with all of the above. Incidentally, I don’t think many mountain style bikes come with mud guards do they? In the recent Chicago WNBR, it was so crowded that maybe 1/4 of the ride was pushing myself along with my feet.

  7. jayessh says:

    its extraordinary view for an indian. i am really worshiper of naturism/nudism.,bu completely frustated ib india as here nudity is considered as bad ^& the person who stay nude is assumed to be mad. All indian who are true lover of nudist lifestyle must come together ^& bring nude revolution

  8. naked dave says:

    beautiful thats what wnbr is all about i hope to get to london for 2013

  9. nudenik says:

    It says a few things:
    1) The image is “well worth saving” as it looks so natural, a naturist calmly cycling alongside a bus, it’s how it should be possible every day, not just the odd day every year or so. You’re not sponsored by National Savings and Investments to cycle nude are you?!
    2) The ad on the bus states “100% rainproof”, we naturists don’t have loads of soggy clothes if caught out in the rain, skin is rainproof.
    3) The WNBR is a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon in London, the photo sums up how it was to be there, didn’t see you on it this year, maybe next year.

  10. stefan002 says:

    yes this is a nice nice photo of you.I was there too ride my green bike in the nude and I think I said hi to you. It was good fun and the sun was out. It was my 7th London naked bike ride and am now looking forward to the next LNBR in 2013

  11. Gary Soderman says:

    Very nice photo. Thanks for your blog.

  12. Gary says:

    Yes .. I have seen hundreds of WNBR photos, and yours IS the best .. In fact, I lost it and spent 1/2 hour looking for it again. Thanks !!

  13. Naturist_norm says:

    Thank you for the free whistle to make some noise!

  14. TZ says:

    I think it says……”I have not a care in the world”.

  15. C says:

    Dear ladygod1va
    Kudos to you for following your heart’s desires and embracing nudism out in the open. My hubby introduced me to nudism while we were dating but I stay nude only at home with him or when I am alone or with my son. I am still afraid to let my other family members know and I dont know how they will react to our practice. Wish you all the best for your life, hope you find the right life partner who understands your lifestyle. (If you are already married hope you have beautiful children someday).God bless.

  16. thomasberns says:

    What a great picture, I wish we had more naked rides like that here in the lovely state of Florida. We have a bunch of runs, but I don’t believe we do biking.

  17. Gary says:

    Such a healthy looking woman .. I admire you !!

  18. Dan says:

    Love the photo. It just looks so natural and puts a smile on my face seeing it.

  19. Dear Lady Godiva, I love your blog and love this pic! It is so wonderful to find a fellow naturist blogger who isn’t afraid to challenge the status quo, who is not afraid to go leave her front door as nature intended without fear of public ridicule. You are truly an inspiration to naturists everywhere! I would love for you to stop by my blog sometime and maybe exchange stories. I am of Greek decent and naturism is part of our heritage, but even still it is frowned upon in my family. I would love to hear how nudism/naturism is perceived in India and how your friends and family have dealt with it. As for me, I think you should feel very proud of who you are, and going nude in public! Bravo, girl!

  20. vijayraj says:

    again one great pic of yours ..liked it a lot ..it shows the freedom of nudism..naturism..keep rocking

  21. 3dthings says:

    Lovely picture. Too bad we have to wait for wnbr to ride our bicycle nude. I would ride a lot more often if it be everyday legal 😉

  22. Nobilangelo says:

    It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. That one is worth a billion. Bravissimo!

  23. David says:

    I ride a Harley Davidson with a Sidecar. I like to go the the nudist resort, jump in the pool and then take a ride around the campgrounds while the sun dries me off…..naturally.

  24. Danee says:

    Love this photograph, as all the older posts say. Thanks for all you do!

  25. themanfromtheblacklodge says:

    A single word response: freedom.

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