Orgy night at Commune Utopia

Monday night is orgy night at Commune Utopia. Not our natural hinterland, but still worth exploring from a 3rd party perspective 🙂

Sedi has the builders in, so the Commune isn’t looking as photogenic as it usual does, and until I manage to establish some ground rules regarding taking photos of people there (particularly in an orgy!) I’ll largely refrain from posting.

Still, all was not lost. New photographer Hugh came online, and despite not being an SL or RL naturist managed to get his kit off while the two of us explored bits of the in-transition Commune, and take photos of each other while doing that ‘getting to know you’ thing. He seems like he could be a lot of fun to work with.

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I (and possibly Hugh) will be back at the Commune later on for their second orgy session (geared more for a north American time slot than the earlier European one). As spectators, I should add!

Should anyone be interested in having their photos taken, and published, I’m sure we’ll find some dusty corner of SLN on which to publish them.


‘Outtake’ photos from the Commune

I, and Diane, have received some requests for ‘outtake’ photos from recent events at Commune Utopia.

Remember: for every photo you see on SL Naturist, there’s maybe been 10 others we don’t use. Over the years my ‘SL Photos’ folder from Harry, Diane, and those that the rest of us take ourselves, or have submitted by others, extend to several GB of data. Currently, I’m running a folder called ‘SL 16’, already about 3GB deep (I started it at the beginning of the year), which should give you some indication of just how many SL naturist photos, or scenery photos, we accumulate.

As a result, and because we appear to be getting a lot of requests from Commune members, I’ve decided to open up a new ‘blog’ to host the outtakes.ella commune sarong2_001b

This won’t be a fantastically maintained blog. Essentially, there’s unlikely to be much text, just an upload of photos from the events the staff attend and photograph.

I shall speak to Sedi, the Commune’s owner, about how best to proceed with this, but at this point I’d imagine that the blog address will be released to Commune members via Group notices (if Sedi’s in agreement).

I’ll keep you updated on how this proceeds.