• Jason Morrison

Nude Bowl


Guest Post by Jason at Icecavemusicstudio@gmail; Bergster36@Instagram

One way or another, skaters find their way to shred the Nude Bowl.

The Nude Bowl: Abandoned. Filled. Shot-up. Filled. Emptied.

Today the bowl is no longer nude. Instead it proudly displays the work of artists and

the schralp marks of locals and skaters from around the U.S. and the world.

Skateboarders seek out places people have abandoned.

We turn them into places of artistic and physical expression.

Always pushing the limits, we continue to prove the Skateboarding DIY Revolution

is alive around the world -- even right here in DHS.

Skaters survive and thrive on-the-edge.

Spots like the Nude Bowl inspire innovation and

creativity where skaters strive for personal best.

In skateboarding history, the Nude Bowl is legendary around the world.

Here's Matt from Poland schralping the top.

Another day we ran into a pack of Colorado skater-chicks on a mission

to shred the bowl and other undisclosed DHS sites.

I wonder. Did these skate-goddesses shred-nude-in-the-moonlight

giving their respect to the bowl's past-life as a nude resort?

The magic of the the Nude Bowl that night remains in my imagination.

Learn more about the history of the Nude Bowl from

Ron's Log, Life in the Desert (March 28, 2008).

#NudeBowl #Shredding #Skateboards



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