I was at Cypress Cove about 6 years ago, lounging in front of the Massage office by the main pool. It was later in the day, midweek, only about five or six people around the pool. A member of the staff came through, nude as I recall, as were all of the patrons by the pool. With him were what appeared to be four college aged students, all clothed. In listening to his conversation with them, it was apparent that they were conducting research for a project or report, apparently about nudism or nudist resorts.
They worked their way around the pool area, occasionally taking photos of the buildings and signage – the Clubhouse, Cheeks, the Gift Shop. Eventually they got to our side of the pool where myself and a couple were lounging in front of the Massage office. The staff associate assured us that we did not have to move, that the students would be able to get the photos they needed, and we would absolutely not be in the shot.
There were two girls and two guys in the group. And it was very easy to tell that the guys were extremely uncomfortable being there. The girls seemed a bit more self assured and didn’t seem as uncomfortable. They didn’t linger, but took a few photos of the sign behind us and then left.
In this case, the clothed people were a bit out of sorts around the nude people. Just a bit curious, a different twist on this topic.