Thousands of naked people gathered in Amsterdam Sunday for a photo shoot with U.S. photographer Spencer Tunick.
They took part in a series of four nude group photos for the early morning shoot. The first and largest composition was shot in a parking garage (photo above). Nude bodies lined the railings of the garageâ€™s twin circular towers, projecting a pattern of multicolor strips against the while building and an overcast sky.
Another photo shoot involved dozens of women posing naked on their bicycles over one of Amsterdamâ€™s historic canals. They posed with their chins pointed triumphantly upward toward the sky.
The New York-based Tunick has been photographing thousands of naked people in public settings worldwide: London, Vienna, Buenos Aires and Buffalo. In Mexico City last year, he set a record for naked photography with a photo of 18,000 people in the buff.
AP Photo / Evert Elzinga