Burning Man statue is erected for the annual weeklong festival in northwestern Nevada's National Conservation area. Participants gather and wheel along the vast playa, a salt flat or dry lake bed on one of Earth's flattest spots. Thousands of people create an instant city annually that celebrates art in a unique counter-culture experience.
- MELISSA FARLOW
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- Contained in galleries
- The Big Open_Public Lands_National Geographic magazine and book 8/2001