Stunning Time-Lapse Video Shows Just How Huge Burning Man Really Is
Burning Man is well under way this week, out in the Black Rock Desert of northern Nevada. For those of us who have never been to the week-long festival of free spirits, it's hard to get a grasp on just how massive the festivities really are.
Musician, photographer, and Burning Man devotee, Roy Two Thousand, recently released a video, titled "Lake of Dreams," featuring gorgeous footage from last year's Burning Man. Using time-lapse technology and wide angles, we can see just how massive and busy the party really is.
The video begins by setting the scene, showing Black Rock Desert before any Burners arrive. We can see here how massive the landscape is.sculptures and art installations, present at every Burning Man.
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