This Is What It Looks Like When 68,000 People Build A Temporary City In The Nevada Desert

One of the best posts I’ve seen since Burning Man ended, with large and amazing images, was this one by Julie Zeveloff on Business Insider:

Burning Man seen from the air

Burning Man seen from the air

Burning Man, the annual arts, culture, and music festival in the Nevada desert, is well underway.

This year, as many as 68,000 people were expected to turn out to join the “experimental community,” which is completely built from the ground up ever year.

Reuters photographer Jim Urquhart captured these stunning aerial images of Black Rock City, the city built by festival participants.

A closer look at some of the temporary structures and trailers of Black Rock City

A closer look at some of the temporary structures and trailers of Black Rock City

The "Man," seen in the foreground of this photo, is burned in effigy at the end of the festival

The “Man,” seen in the foreground of this photo, is burned in effigy at the end of the festival

Festival-goers get around on bikes, and are largely cut off from the outside world

Festival-goers get around on bikes, and are largely cut off from the outside world

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/burning-man-aerial-photos-2013-8#ixzz2dx7sr9Hn

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