I’m a huge fan of Burning Man. It’s one of those events that you want to attend once in your life – something like Tomorrowland. Burning Man not only gives people the opportunity to interact with one another, on a much more global scale (as it is attended by people from over the world), but gives photographers an opportunity of their lifetime to capture some of their best photographs ever.
These photographs go out, brave and determined to capture some of the finest photographs, despite any environmental condition trying to stop them: dust storms, extreme heat, and more.
What is Burning Man? Here’s an excerpt from Wikipedia:
“Burning Man is a week-long annual event held in the Black Rock Desert in northern Nevada, in the United States. The event is described as an experiment in community, art, radical self-expression, and radical self-reliance. “
Check them out!
Temple by Ian Brewer
Dance by Ian Brewer
Bijou by Mark Kaplan
Love by Ian Brewer
Anya by Ian Brewer
Burning Man 2014 by Bill Hornstein
El Pulpo Mecanico by Trey Ratcliff