|The best times to see the artwork on the Playa at Burning Man are at night and at sunrise.
|My friends Donna, Pam and Brian invited me to take a night tour of the Playa artwork with them.
|Jackie in my camp helped me light up my bike and my jacket.
|The nights on the desert are a bit chilly, which I liked after the hot windy days.
|A jungle gym for adults.
|This thing wiggled and wobbled and twisted and turned.
|Everything is lit up and colorful on the Playa at night.
|Classical music relaxes participants
|The Temple at night. It reminds me of a Cornucopia.
|Lights and movement
|Memorials and tributes to those who have left us. I posted memorials to my daughter Maya.
|Our loved ones, both people and pets, who have passed on.
|Clowns were especially popular this year at Burning Man with the theme of Carnival of Mirrors.
|Loving the Lady
|Donna, Pam and Brian at night.
|Watching Thunder Dome action. Something out of Mad Max.
|Art car prowling the Playa
|This lotus temple was one of several structures that was burned at Burning Man.
|I heard that this flaming octopus may be retired next year. It seems to tower over the Man in this photo, but it's just an optical illusion.
|I have no idea how many Burning Mans this flaming octopus has been to, but it's a lot.
|Cute couple at the Man.
|At the base of the Man.
|Reaching for the Moon and Stars. These cool hands are actually in the campgrounds, not the Playa.