Stunning Sandy is vibrant, fun-loving young woman who enjoys a clothing-optional lifestyle part of the time. She enjoys digital photography and likes to mountain-bike to stay in shape.
“I think the thing I enjoy most about taking pictures,” Sandy says, “is that it’s fun to find just the right shot. There are a lot of people who get kind of a stuck up attitude when it comes to digital photography. I think that’s because these days, just about anybody can take a picture that looks good. You don’t even have to be very skilled with your camera anymore. You can point your phone at something interesting and then use a bunch of filters to make the picture look like something it wasn’t when you took it. There was a time when you had to really know what you were doing when you took pictures, especially if you wanted to do something artistic and interesting. That’s because something as simple as a color filter was an attachment you had to put on the lens. Now you can just use your phone and it does all the work for you. So people don’t think of that as art. They don’t think of it as something that takes talent.”
Sandy goes on, “I think the key to taking good photographs, though, is in finding a way to express the inner beauty of something. Anybody can take pictures from the outside, but to find the inner beauty of a thing means you have to know just how to approach it. What light, what angle, what composition will make that thing really shine? What will bring out its true beauty? And I think when it comes to women, we’re a lot like that. If you want a woman’s true beauty to really shine, you have to know how to approach her. You have to see how she’ll respond. Every woman is different and we all have things that we like more than others. So getting to know a woman is really a lot like framing a photograph. It’s a process of identifying what and where will bring out her true beauty, what will help you to really get to know her. I think we could all do with a better understanding of that. We’d all spend more time in each other’s beds if we did, and that’s really what it’s all about.”
Of her clothing-optional lifestyle, Sandy is equally frank. “I love to be naked,” she says. “I like how free it feels. It’s easy to be naked when you have a body like mine, and you know that anybody who looks at you is going to be thinking some pretty wonderful thoughts. Mostly, though, it’s about me being comfortable in my own skin. Yes, I look good, and yes, I take care of myself so I can keep looking good. It’s great to be as desirable as I am. I’m used to getting positive attention from men, and it really makes me feel good.”
Sandy goes on, “When I walk into a room, I want to know that I’m turning every man’s head. I love the feeling of attention and the drawing of all those eyes to my incredible body. And the best part of all that is that I know when I walk in the room, if I’m with a man, everybody who sees us is going to think good things about him. The men who see him want to be him because they want to be with me. The women who see him wonder if they measure up. What does this man have going for him that he’s with someone so sexy? They all wonder it, and they all raise their estimation of my date accordingly. It’s a great feeling, being able to do that for somebody. I honestly don’t think I’ll ever get tired of it. I love to indulge my sexuality and I love just being who I am. I think every one of us should make an effort to get more in touch with the things that turn us on, and act accordingly on those instincts. If more of us did that, we’d all be a lot happier together.”