Editorial director Dan Skye dips into his archives to create this eye-popping gallery of women and their weed.
P-Funk featured singer Kim Manning steps up to the plate to take a few swings as an honorary member of the Bonghitters, the HIGH TIMES softball team.
Carly poses on the banks of Lake Mead in Nevada wearing a hemp swimsuit accessorized by an exquisite waterpipe.
At some point during the rise of man, some prehistoric stoner discovered the joys of pot. That means that up until 1937, pot was legal for 20,000 years.
Holly poses prior to her nuptials with a very special floral arrangement that promises to make her honeymoon most memorable.
Heather takes a stroll on Venice Beach with a few close companions.
In Greek mythology, sirens were dangerous and devious creatures who lured sailors with enchanting music to shipwreck on the rocky coast of their island. They also enticed them with classical bongs as well. You can look it up!
In Red Rock Canyon, just outside of Las Vegas, Christina displays the products of one of Sin City’s finest growers.
In Santa Cruz, CA, Kelsey stands on the shoreline holding a vintage Jerome Baker super hammer.
Everyone wonders what heaven will be like – that is, if you’re lucky enough to get in. So be good, all you stoners!
Dan Skye says he carried this shirt with him for over a year in his travels until he found the perfect photo op in a California backyard.
Aisha looks very possessive of her pile of Afghani Bullrider. Maybe it’s because these buds went on to win the Alberta Cup in 2009.
Kelly displays a stash of Dutch Treat on the Sunshine Coast of B.C. in Canada.
Smoking Mary Jane takes a righteous hit while lounging poolside in Hollywood.
Joys of Amsterdam
Nicole strolls alongside a canal in Amsterdam, home of the HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup. Get info on the upcoming Cannabis Cup at cannabiscup.com.
Me & My Growroom
Ashley stands proudly amid her Vancouver garden of Hash Plant.
Two-time HIGH TIMES covergirl Watermelon shows off her new weapons.
On the Bonneville Salt Flats of Utah, a model demonstrates that the simple things are all one needs in life.