Taylor Camp, the ultimate island utopia

What started out as a small refuge for 13 anti-war protestors escaping campus riots and police brutality in the late 60s, turned out to be a haven for ex-veterans, surfers and hippies in the tropical town of Kauai, Hawaii.

Taylor Camp was an ocean-front settlement where its residents lived liberated of authority, bills and clothing. Before its demise in 1973, photographer John Wehrheim managed to capture the everyday reality of this hippie, island fantasy.