Women are most beautiful when they are not restrained by conventional clothing. This is not about sexuality; this is about the reflection. Nakedness is natural, it does not “feel like a second skin” – it is the first and the only skin itself. When naked, one has no image to pretend, no prescribed behavior to follow, there is just a sincerity of inner self, wide open to the world. In such moments a new intricate balance between mind and body is established. If yielded to hypocrisy and pretense, it creates an imprint of dirt and ugliness. However, serenity and submission to a new equilibrium unlock those unique moments of beauty, which are similar to a crispy air of an early morning, a faint murmur of a spring deep in a forest, or a vibrant mist of a waterfall.