The year was 1970; the Avant Garde Magazine - Volume 10, published Weir's photographic series of the young bared girls, posing freely amidst pristine nature.
Pictures of naked people weren't at that time something special. It was finally time of hippies and nakedness was a natural part of their life.
In Weir's photographs fascinated me in particular the concept of use of extreme wide-angle lens and a very low angle of view. For nudes these have been unusual, almost innovative.
Take away point:
In photography is extremely important experimentation, finding new approaches and breaking the rules and established cliches.