Burning Man 2009

Via on Jul 10, 2012

Burning Man 2009

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3 Responses to “Burning Man 2009”

  1. I agree people need to learn to be responsible for their trash, the leave no trash ethos promoted by burning man is great, but I think it's important to acknowledge even at BM people spend a month cleaning up after the event.

  2. Read Look says:

    This picture shows what Burning Man has unfortunately turned into.

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