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Giant Lady Leg Sundial

Friday, 16th March 2007 by

Here at the Sun Aura resort in Indiana, they have just what you’ve always wanted – a 19 metre (63 foot) long sundial, in the shape of a lady’s naked leg. Classy! And for what reason? Well, Sun Aura is a “clothing optional” holiday camp, and presumably a giant sundial is a useful feature for wristwatchless nudists… Which means there must be some naked people around here somewhere! Thanks to…

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