It's a lovely idea but in practice--regardless of the climate where you live, really--hazards start cropping up very quickly. Bugs are an issue, as is direct sunlight onto places where the sun does not ordinarily shine. Surfaces can be rough. There's such a thing as briars and thorns. Also, there are weirdos everywhere--and I mean everywhere. I was going to sunbathe naked at my house once, then the lady showed up to read the electricity meter. An awkward conversation narrowly avoided.
Love the idea, love nature, love nakedness, dislike exposing penis to the elements, and to meter maids. That's my answer. :)
It feels good to have the warm sun caress your skin and a little breeze tickling you , but guys don't have the sex appeal women do and are kinda funny looking naked. But I of course encourage you to try/do it, you'll like it ;)) Um where bouts you gonna do this? I probably should come and supervise , make sure you get proper sunblock coverage and what not. Just kidding...
Once I went to a nudist beach in Devon (or maybe Cornwall?) I must admit that initially I really enjoyed it but after a while I did feel self conscious and we left after a couple of hours. It was Ok when we were just sunbathing but when getting up and going into the sea or to the shop I started to feel like everyone was staring at me!!!