Every time you turn a corner at Burning Man you are going to see something new. Lots of people living their best lives, plenty of musical acts giving you something to dance to, and, of course, lots of art installations that show you something you never really expected.
There are also some art pieces that are there just because they can be. This piece of art is a bunch of huge bears – in which one might store honey – that look about ready to hibernate. We do not recommend eating anything that comes out of them. It will mostly just be dust.
Time to Ride the Dragon
Why, it's none other than Falcor, from “The Neverending Story!” Nice to see you, bud. This finely-dressed gal is standing next to a vehicle that looks like it could transport a fair number of people, even if it can't take to the sky like in the movie.
Sure, the vehicle is an interesting subject, but we're a little more surprised that the lady decided to get dressed up. It looks like she hasn't been touched by the harsh winds and stinging sand. We bet that kind of look didn't last too long, but she was able to get a pic in before it happened.
Art in Miniature
If you are ever at Black Rock City during this huge event, there is plenty of art that you can take pics of, whether or not you're in the pictures. These two gals have decided that this intricate metal art needs a version that is much smaller and with a lot more color.
Whether you're just taking a look at all the work that went into the motionless pieces of metal that dot the landscape or you want to get your shot taken with them, there are lots of options. Even when we are broken, we can be whole together.
Fish Out of Water
While the spot where Burning Man takes place was at one time a lake, that time has long passed. Not a single little bit of moisture can be found at Black Rock Desert unless it's a bottle of water brought in by a Burner. Still, eagle-eyed attendees might be able to catch some aquatic creatures if they look hard enough.
For instance, this big metal fish with its head sticking out of the ground. You'd be surprised that someone can miss that one, but it's probably happened. There's enough going on at this event that you could spend the entire weekend there and not see everything that is going on.
Don't Stop Rolling
There's far more to do at Burning Man than just look at art and sit around in the dust. For instance, you could do what this dreadlock-rocking gal decided to do and jump into one of these weird hoop swings. What else can you do with them? Swing around, we guess.
Even people who go to Burning Man want to have a little bit of fun swinging around. Really, who doesn't? Only the most unchildlike people that have ever existed, or people who are sick in the stomach. Or both. Getting on one of these while you're nauseous is definitely a no-go.