Over 700 nude swimmers took to the Tasman Sea to cool off in the Australian heat and take part in the second annual Sydney Skinny on Sunday.
Competitors ran into the water and attempted to break the world record for the largest nude ocean swim, a record set at last year's inaugural event.
The event is used to strike a blow against negative body image pressure and simply to enjoy a brilliant swim.
Some skinny dippers entered the sea with messages printed on their bodies and others were seen hand in hand with friends.
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