Burning Man has officially taken over my mind and I’m constantly looking for Burning Man inspiration as a way to continue the “feels” off the playa.
Welcome to my daily life over the past few months (not including the chaos and delight of the Texas Souk Project).
- Impromptu dance attacks.
- Poetry floating through my head.
- The realization that Shaun was right and that I should own a thimble. (ouch)
- Annoying neighbors with BASS.
- Attaching fur to my bike.
- Packing trailers.
- Hemming pants.
- Bedazzling everything.
- El Wire.
- Embracing FOMO.
- Anxiety attacks!
- MORE MUSIC!
- More dancing.
- More hooping.
- Lots of beer.
- More costuming.
- Late nights.
- Panicked calls.
- …and indescribable GLEE and JOY.
I honestly have no words to describe the feeling in my heart right now as the butterflies in my stomach invade my soul.
So while I jam out to music, waves of nostalgia sweeping over me, I look for inspiration. I look to the past to bring a smile to my face for the future. And luckily, I found a delightful photographer that was nice enough to allow me to share his experience last year.
Welcome to the images that are helping me get through the default world and to the embrace of the dust of the playa this next week.
Images via Jonathan Clark. View more of Burning Man 2013 at Jonathan-Clark.com.
I’m getting called home.
Go to the Burning Man 2013 – Cargo Cult photo essay to see the rest of this amazing set.