1,000 strip for naked photo in Dead Sea (Video)
A thousand people have stripped off and floated naked in the Dead Sead to take part in a Spencer Tunick photo shoot.
Famous for his flesh-based photos, Tunick has previously snapped masses of naked people in all sorts of locations and settings - including this tribute to LS Lowry.
He says his latest shoot was intended to draw attention to the fact that the Red Sea, water level is currently dropping nearly four feet a year.
So he convinced 1,000 people -- aged from 18 to 77 years old -- to enter the salty lake and pose for a series of images.
Speaking of the shoot Tunick said: "It's because I felt that as the water level is dropping, people have to stay on top of the land and soon they won't be to enter the water anymore because there will be no water."