Well, maybe you are getting tired of these by now? Here’s another set along with captions.
The tree in the middle of the desert glowed all day and all night. One evening, there was a 70-piece orchestra here and a ballet where they performed The Rites of Spring. It’s the first time I ever heard of a production like that at Burning Man.
Quick visit to this secret camp!
This is one of my favorite random photos. It’s one of those quick 3-second stories from Burning Man. We were biking in separate directions. He was heading home to Glamcocks (which I can only assume is an alternative-camp). About 25 meters from me, in a gust of wind, his hat went inside out and so did his umbrella. I whipped out my camera to take a picture and he stuck a playful tongue out at me.
That’s one of my favorite art pieces from Burning Man in the back ground… I have photos of that coming soon. I was here at the end of the Billion Bunny March, and this lively couple was really living it up out front… posing and enjoying the moment.
Here’s another photo taken with my trusty little FUJI XT-2. I’m going to update the review on my blog to add in all the favorite photos I just took with it. But, I can attest that this camera is just as rugged and weather-proof as people say. I never had a single problem with it!
In the middle of the day, I rode off into the deep desert and saw someone else trying to be alone.
How amazing is this mask? I saw this gentleman up on the 2nd floor around the man. Great job burner, great job. Kudos!
A plane crash in the desert? No… just more fun random scatterings of art around the white sands. I WAS almost in a plane crash here one year in an experimental hand-made plane. Right after we landed, a huge gust of wind came and blew us off the runway. Whoa that was exciting… seeing this brought back those heart-stopping memories!