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Nutscapes
From nutscapes.com

If you’ve ever looked at a beautiful sunset or majestic mountain scenery and thought to yourself – ‘there’s something missing’ – and that something was a set of grotesque gonads to complete the picture, then you’re not the only one.

Thanks to a community of New Zealand guys who were sick of their balls gathering dust in their slacks, say hello to Nutscapes – the ‘selfie’ trend showing nature who’s boss by destroying its tranquil beauty with a hint of pubey dangling sack.

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Why? As Clancy Philbrick, the founder of Nutscapes, told Mashable “Simply, testes are f*cking funny. Always have been; always will be. They add humor to a subject matter, landscape photography, that is typically a little dry.”

That’s right; endless Instagram photos of scenery are boring. That sunset you hashtagged ‘#couldbeworse’ is boring. It’s not art.. no matter how many filters you put on it. You know what is art? The juxtaposition between natures beauty and the vulgarity of a hairy, sweaty sack. The literal representation of mans power hovering over fragile mother nature. Balls!

Of course Instagram being the Maude Flanders of social media, frightened of nipples and all things perfectly natural and clearly not pornographic, shut the account down to avoid sending it’s self obsessed users into meltdown at the vague hint of a scrotal shape and pubic hair. Meanwhile Instagram will allow pictures of gaping assholes and cocks ..

A photo posted by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on


 
If you’d like to contribute to the growing library of ball bag snaps, The Nutscapes website has instructions on how to take the perfect scrotal selfie.
 
1. Find yourself somewhere awesome.
 
2. Turn your back to the awesome scene.
 
3. Drop your pants.
 
4. Bend over and shoot Nutscape back through your legs.

 
One helpful tip they offer is to ‘Mind the tip: we’re not into dick-pics.’ So if you’re packing you might need a third hand to keep your member out of the way. To keep up to date with Nutscapes head over to their Twitter page – the social media platform that isn’t afraid of a little fuzzy Kiwi fruit!