Spot The Models – In Nature! “What The Friday?!” These Gorgeous Nature Photos Have A Hidden And Safe Surprise!

“Can You Spot The Model Hiding In Each Of These Images?”

First, let me say that EVERYTHING in this story is safe to read – there is NOTHING offensive here, just an incredibly artistic endeavor! And during this #QuarantineLife, don’t we all need some art?

Yes, a very gifted Artist has placed “apparently” nude models in nature – but they aren’t really “nude” at all, just blended in with nature – this “What The Friday?!” is thanks to German photographer Jörn Düsterwald.

The Daily Mail reports that his images, taken in various beauty spots across Germany, represent different months and seasons of the year – and a dozen of them were being compiled in a 2020 calendar!

Here’s a VERY SAFE look at his art!


As you can see, Dusterwald uses nature’s beauty – then adds a Model somewhere in the frame…like this icy beauty of winter – with his Model subtly blended in just to the upper left of the large rock int he foreground…

He uses incredible bodypaint skills to create what the Daily Mail called “cheeky camouflage”!


As you can see, his landscapes offer many surprises, not the least of which is a nude Model – but these aren’t erotic poses, there is nothing offensive here – they are a blend of beauty and nature.

The Models were expertly painted with body paint in a meticulous process that takes several hours.

I’m sure if you take the time to spot them, you will see there is nothing offensive in these pictures at all…


The vibrant colors of the countryside, sometimes with buildings, help create an environment that is warm and inviting. After he paints the Models, they were then placed in a scene of nature where they blended in seamlessly with their surroundings…


I find these hypnotic, and again, a work of Art…you can read the rest of the story here – and see more of these incredible photos as well!

The human body as an art form has been part of our culture forever…and now, the “body as a canvas” has never been more popular1

International Bodypainting Festivals are held every year, and the artistry on display is truly stunning!

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19 replies

  1. I love the change of seasons in your photos … The models from International Bodypainting Festivals are impressive!


  2. The model in the lavender was very subtle, John. A clever idea and very well done.


  3. Wonderful art! I’m a firm believer in the importance and power of art. And, this photographer is outstanding. Thank you, John.

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  4. Amazing artistry. I had a really hard time finding the models which is a testament to their skill.

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  5. Wow! These are amazing! Like some others, I could see them all but the icy and flower fields. I’m sure if I keep looking…’s so beautiful and subtle.

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  6. Awesome ideas, it’s really hard to spot them but I did. The one with the tree, first one is so cute..

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  7. I still can’t see the one in the icy water shot, but managed to find the rest. Clever and unusual, John.
    Best wishes, Pete.


  8. Very cool. I could see some of them (and once I could they seemed obvious) but others I couldn’t, even in the close-ups. What fun and very pretty.

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  9. What an interesting post! I was able to find some of the models, but not all – even when you pointed them out! Thanks for sharing this incredible artist.



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