I've been busy with some personal business for a couple of weeks, and somehow I missed this picture. The artist Spencer Tunick is at it again, posing nude volunteer models in public settings. I'm pretty bored with the whole Tunick shtick, but this idea I like. To protest global warming, Tunick had 600 people strip on a glacier in the French alps. (The project was done in conjunction with Greenpeace. This photo of the event was made by Pascal Lauener for Reuters.) I hope Tunick handed out a lot of sun block beforehand; the ozone layer isn't what is used to be, either.