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Embrace

Today I'm going to cover the art at Burning Man. I only saw a fraction, there were 233 pieces of art placed on the Playa this year. Without a bike you will be missing out on a lot. Bring a bike, it's a must I think.
Of course the Man statue itself is part of the art. The man burned down on a Saturday, I am not sure how tall the Man was this year but it was very tall.......



Then there was the beautiful Temple building......the Temple burned down on a Sunday.



This amazing structure was called Embrace. It cost about $266 000 (WOW) and a ton of willing volunteers to create, much of the cost was funded by Kickstarter and various fundraisers. Embrace burnt down on a Friday. Embrace symbolized the celebration of all our relationships. I loved Embrace, spectacular.







I spent spent some time one night out by this LOVE structure. You have to actually be there to capture the feeling and understand the beauty and magnificence of it all.



Some parting words that I feel have lots of meaning, definitely in the spirit of Burning Man and Black Rock City.







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Paul on :

Nice art, you add a dash of beauty to the photos too!

I am sure only good looking people are allowed at Burning man right ;-)

Tatiana on :

Only good looking people? Yeah.....first you have to submit a headshot and a few bikini photos (for women) or tight underwear (for men) from different angles. If you pass the "Are You Good Looking Enough For Burning Man" panel you will get sent a ticket, of course you need to pay $$$ for it too.....
LOL.
To me everybody is beautiful at Burning Man......sounds cheesy but it's just how it is. YOU SHOULD GO!!!!!

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