First off, for those who don’t know about Burning Man, here is an excerpt from their website:
“Trying to explain what Burning Man is to someone who has never been to the event is a bit like trying to explain what a particular color looks like to someone who is blind. In this section you will find the peripheral definitions of what the event is as a whole, but to truly understand this event, one must participate. This site serves to try to paint a picture of the Burning Man experience to those who are new to the project, as well as to give those participants looking to keep the fire burning in their daily lives an environment in which to connect to their fellow community members. For a brief yet eloquent overview of the entire event from the time of arrival to the time of exodus, please read “What is Burning Man?“, an essay written by participant and one-time web team member, Molly Steenson. Please see archived sections for each year to read more about the art themes, art installations and theme camps for each year.”
Burning Man used to be tiny venue back in its hay-day. This year it attracted over 61,000 hippies, youngsters, and crazies to Black Rock Desert in Nevada. I know of a few people who ended up going, and they said it was ridiculous. I have a brother who went years ago, and he said it was more fun back then. Anyways, Qlty Ctrl would like you to gaze at these pictures of one of the biggest events in 2013. If you would like to comment on them, go to our facebook page and check out the other comments. Enjoy Burning Man 2013 pics!
P.S. If Burning Man 2013 looked this good, we’re going to buy tickets for the next Burning Man event. Period.