You click the little picture to get the BIG PICTURE.
"You voluntarily assume the risk of serious injury or death by attending".
The Man in 3-D
This is a red-blue anaglyph.
In order to see the 3-D effect you need to have red-blue 3-D glasses with the red over your left eye.
Two pictures taken with a normal camera and then combined into one. Here's how.
He scuttles back and forth across his web.
By Cassidy Curtis and Chris Whitney. Four mirrors on a swivel. Like having your eyes ten feet apart.
Read all about it at the eyestilts telestereoscope Web page.
Tower of Torsos
Casts of human torsos mounted on a tower.
Struggling to be free of the dry water.
The Colors of Pasifika
Lots of colorful flags. They survived the strong winds pretty well.
By Pepe Ozan. Used for the opera.
A horizontal wind mill.
This was taken on Wednesday. Later He got a spinning disk on His head but I think He looked better bare headed.
By Giles and Philip. Also called the Bird Cage.
One of the towers used to project big green lasers in the shape of the Burning Man logo.
My Parachute Sun Shelter
The parachute shelter is the same as last year. I just trimmed the ends of the PVC pipes and bought 12 couplers and reused them; the pipes were made a little long last time for that purpose.
When you buy PVC couplers get the water pipe kind; they are longer and stronger than the electric conduit kind.
To furl a parachute in a heavy wind just free all the leeward cords and haul the canopy to windward. Tie it in a long bundle against the ground and it will be fine. Do not furl it to leeward; just trust me on that. :(
Drago de Foc
Golden Dragon. By the Mystic Crew of Satyrs.
By Lisa Nigro. A flame thrower in her mouth. 124 feet long; 144 feet including the flaming breath.
Draka's Web site was www.drakathedragon.org
The Body of Knowledge
By Dana and Flash.
Man Getting a New Hat
Here the Man is tilted down on Saturday to have his body stuffed with fireworks and to have a rotating disk attached to his head.
View from a Tower
No one fell off this year.
Friday night I took my bike out for a ride. It rained. Once the wheels stop turning they just do not turn again. I thought of just going home and buying a new bike, but there is a 'leave no trace policy' so I dragged it two miles back to camp. Met many other people doing the same. Did not propose a drag race.
This is Me on Saturday morning after dragging bike. Just cleaned my glasses; they will not stay that way long.
By Finley Fryer.
Wire frame body lined with bits of colored glass and packed with charcoal.
Web site is coalita.
Faces of the Man
By Dan Das Mann.
One side cries water, one side cries sand, one side cries fire.
It's peddle powered.
Danger Mind Field
VW Art Car
I didn't waste much film on na ked people, but here is my formal portrait for this year.
At night it glows red hot.
Impotency Compensation Project.
By Jimmy Mason.
One of the several big vertical flame throwers.
Diesel and kerosene mixture. Big black smoke rings by day; 300 foot high pillars of flame by night.
Mass nu de photograph
Spencer Tun ick (with ladder) managed to get several hundred na ked people to lay down in a freezing dust storm for another mass nu de photograph.
I got a spot near the front this time, but it was way too close. When the print arrived months later the only signs of me were my feet in the lower right corner.
Tesla Fried CD
This is a CD that was fried by the Tesla coil.
Dr. MegaVolt held it in his hand and a fat blue spark just blew the foil layer right off. You can see where his stainless steel mail clad thumb was. Note the odd little scars in the plastic where the electricity passed. He tossed it to the ground and I was the favored one who snatched it first.
His underlings gave out some cool temporary tattoos too.
His Web site is drmegavolt.com
Burning Man 1997 Pictures
Burning Man 1998 Pictures
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Burning Man 2003 Pictures
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