Burning Man, which ended last week, is a tough event to describe. An experiment in community living and art, the massive festival is held every year for a week in the Black Rock Desert in northern Nevada. The sheer size of Burning Man is astounding – it drew 50,000 people this year – as are the incredible art installations that are built, and then dismantled, during the week-long celebrations.
The desert landscape makes for some incredible photography, as does the eclectic groups the festival attracts. Die hard “Burners” and novices agree – the other worldly landscape of Burning Man is nothing short of spectacular.
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