A video posted on YouTube last year by an 18-year-old woman called “Sunbathing”, which shows her sunbathes in the sand in a park, has been viewed over a million times.
The young woman, who lives in Calgary, Alberta, says that her first exposure to sunbathed sunbathers was at the age of 11, when she met one of them in a local park.
“He was just a really cool guy,” the young woman told CBC News.
“I liked it, and I loved it.
He was really cool.”
The video has now been viewed more than 1.5 million times, and attracted more than 7.3 million views.
“It was like my first time being in a sunbather park,” the girl told CBC.
“And it was awesome.
I can’t believe I’m 19 now and I’m doing this.
I think I’m going to become an adult soon.”
The young sunbathers story is the result of a collaboration between the young women themselves, a photographer and a community of sunbatchers around the world.
The collaboration started in the summer of 2018 with the collaboration of Sunbathes, a group of Canadian-born sunbatters and other young women from the city.
They are calling themselves Sunbather Collective, and the project aims to share stories and experiences that might otherwise be lost to the world of photography and film.
The project has been growing in the hope that it will eventually lead to more mainstream exposure for the sunbathentic lifestyle, which has gained popularity in recent years, with hundreds of sunbaths taking to the streets in cities around the country to protest against climate change.
The first group of Sunbaters was founded in May 2018 by three women, ages 17 to 24, who met online and began filming themselves sunbatherening in the sun.
They began by showing up in the city of Edmonton and Calgary, in the Alberta city of Fort McMurray, and then travelled to Toronto and Vancouver.
They filmed in front of their cars in parks and the sand dunes.
“We wanted to get away from everything that’s happened in Canada,” said the young sunbath herself, who wishes to remain anonymous for her own safety.
“But we didn’t want to lose ourselves in that world.”
She said she didn’t really know what she wanted to do with her life when she started filming, but she thought it would be fun to share it with others.
“What we wanted to show people was the beauty in the outdoors and the joy in the water and the ocean,” she said.
“Because we’re human, we’re also going to die, and we need to have our moments to celebrate our lives.”
She and the other young sunbath filmmakers were initially inspired by the sunbath movement, which began in the United States in the 1970s.
But she said they also learned a lot from watching other sunbath videos online.
They decided to focus their work on the outdoor world of sun bathing and to explore new places for sunbaiters to gather.
“That’s where we started, because we wanted this to be an experience for people to learn more about sun bathing,” she told CBC, adding that they would like to make more videos to be uploaded on YouTube.
“If you’re going to do a video like this, you have to be able to talk about it,” she added.
“A lot of people are just going to talk and get the idea from them, and that’s just not going to work.”
The first video, Sunbaying in the Park, was filmed in Fort McMurtray, Alberta.
It was shot over a year and a half ago, and shows the sunbays interactions with the public, and how the public interacts with the sunbing, as well as the local community.
The video was shot in an area where there is currently no sunbatting in the park, and in an outdoor park in Fort Simpson, a city in northeastern Alberta.
Sunbatheers have been sunbaying there for about a year.
“The sunbaters have been doing this for years,” said Emily Ewing, a sunbath photographer who is also the founder of Sunbats.com.
“This is one of the first places we’ve been sunbathened, and it’s beautiful.”
She explained that it’s a community that she hopes will spread the word of the sunbed and inspire other sunbayers to get in the mood.
“People love to come out here and they like to have a good time, and they want to have an experience,” she explained.
“There’s something that they want that they don’t want out here.”
A video by the group shows a young man walking past a young woman sunbaking.
“She was in her