Nearly 60 men and women stripped naked to pose for American photographer Spencer Tunick on the slope of a melting Swiss glacier at an altitude of 2,300 meters. The shooting took place at temperatures from 10C to 15C.
Spencer Tunick, this time triggered by order of Greenpeace - he photographed about 600 people on one of the largest glaciers in the Swiss Alps - the Aletsch (Aletsch). His action Greenpeace drew attention to the rapid melting of glaciers in the Alps - in the last 150 years their area has decreased by half. Only two years Aletsch glacier is shorter by 113 meters.