Burning Man 2010 Begins Today — August 30, 2010
The annual event called Burning Man begins today in Black Rock Desert in Nevada. It is estimated that some 50,000+ people (or “Burners” as they call themselves) are expected to attend the massive art and music festival. Festivities culminate on September 6, 2010 with the torching of a 40-foot “Burning Man” effigy.
Nice Rear-End View of Two Women Attending Burning Man 2009.
Burning Man 2010 Photos…
Go Fly a Kite!
August 31, 2010 — Two Women Amongst Flying Kites at Burning Man 2010.
Hot, Scantily Dressed Women – Burning Man 2010
Hot Chic Climbing to the Mid-Point of Minaret Tower (Minaret is a 50′ tower that can be scaled externally to the mid-point. Climbers may then enter the tower and climb to the top. A latticed stainless steel dome at the top allows people to see out over the Burning Man festivities without danger of falling.)
August 31, 2010 — Small Crowd Gathering at Night Under a “Mushroom” Field.
August 31, 2010 — Some of the Crowd Gathering at Burning Man 2010.
August 30, 2010 — “Helix Spire is a sculptural play toy, a climbing tower, a lookout 24 feet above the playa floor at Burning Man – Metropolis – 2010, Black Rock City Nevada”
Cool Photos From Past Burning Man Events…
Sunrise Temple, Burning Man 2009
Three Hot Girls from Burning Man 2009.
PG-13 Photo of Naked People Chasing a Water Truck at Burning Man 2007. Apparently, this was the Only Way to Take a Shower During the Event.
Cute Girls Dancing
Two Cute Girls Dancing at Burning Man 2008.
Body Painted Woman from Burning Man 2008
Giants at Burning Man 2007
Cute Girl. Kinda Looks Like She’s Going for a Lara Croft Effect.
There’s No Shortage of Hot Women, Party People, or Cool Man-Made Structures at Burning Man!
What Is Burning Man?
Burning Man is an annual event held in the Black Rock Desert in northern Nevada, in the United States. The week-long event starts on the Sunday before the American Labor Day holiday weekend and runs through the end of the holiday on Monday of the following week. During this week, the normally empty desert is transformed into a city of 30,000+ people. The event is centered around creativity in art, technology, music and personal expression. Almost everyone who attends thoroughly explores their “creative” side in ways that can be described as bizarre, gothic, eccentric, strange, unusual, exciting, and interesting!
The event takes its name from the ritual burning of a large wooden effigy on the Saturday evening preceding the Labor Day holiday. The event is described by many participants as an experiment in community, radical self-expression, and radical self-reliance.