Spencer Tunick, the famous photographer, who specializes in photographing naked objects, strikes again. This time, he photographed more than 5000 people, men and women, in the court of the Opera House in Sydney, Australia.
Thousands of people do not dress posing with a variety of styles. Their actions are watched hundreds of people, who come to the Opera House, because they heard about the naked photo shoot event.
The Naked photo shoot event, is part of the Mardi Gras Gay and Lesbian Carnival. The Parade had been success, throughout Saturday (27 / 2) - Sunday (28 / 2), on the streets of Sydney, Australia.
For Spencer Tunick, that enthusiasm send a strong message to the international world, that Australians are very tolerant. "It shows that Australian society is people who are independent and equal," said American photographer who is also known as an installation artist.
The participants came from homosexuals. Their ages vary widely, from which was barely 20 years old to have more than 60 years. Likewise with their profession, are very diverse. One of them is the weather news program presenter, in a television channel in Sydney. A number of unique events are also colored the shooting event. Among them, one of the participants turned out to be pregnant women. And, when the shooting session had finished, she immediately rushed to the hospital. Because, it's time to give birth.