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Artist: US art photographer Spencer Tunick ahead of his Dead Sea nude shoot
The group were gathered on the beach from 1am but told not to dip their toes until the sun rose, to get the perfect shot.
When the sun finally came up, Tunick instructed a 1,000 Israelis to enter the salty water, as he photographed them floating in the Dead Sea.
A second photograph was taken as participants were told to stand along the edge of one lagoon, while the third and final photo displayed the group covered in mud.
But it wasn’t all plain sailing as curious spectators, who were able to discover the secret location, started to disrupt the photo shoot by flying over the swimmers.
It was feared religious officials could try to protest over the nude shoot but the artist had no interruptions apart from peeping members of the public.
For Tunick, a Jewish American who has arranged naked human bodies over prominent landscapes, a nude shoot is an indicator of a host country’s openness.