More than 80 naked women and men were photographed for the calendar

Devon equestrians posed naked to fund brain cancer research raise money for brain cancer research. This is reported by Horse & Hound magazine.

84 people – both men and women – agreed to take part in the filming for the charity calendar after their friend and neighbor was diagnosed with brain cancer. They plan to sell the calendar for 12.5 pounds sterling (1220 rubles), and the proceeds will then be donated to the Brain Tumour Research fund.

Farmers and riders took pictures with horses and dogs, and they only had riding boots ride. According to the photographer Kat Down, some farmers simply could not take them off, because the boots were firmly “stuck” to the bare skin. This usually does not happen, as they are worn with special breeches.

Earlier it was also reported that students and students of the University of Cambridge were photographed without clothes for a charity calendar. The shooting was attended by members of university teams in swimming, athletics, volleyball, water polo and other sports.