pink bunny slippers - burning-man 2003

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pink bunny slippers - burning-man 2003

Pink Bunny Slippers by Lisa Pongrace and Greg Solberg

Those bunnies are custom made motorized vehicles, called "art cars" in the burning man jargon.­ Imagine those two fuzzy pink creature speeding toward you on the playa!

Photo taken at the Burning Man 2003 festival (Black Rock Desert, Nevada).­

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bunnies
bunny slippers
burning man
greg solberg
lisa pongrace
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rabbits
September 11, 2004
Black Rock City, Nevada, USA

Photos of art cars at the Burning Man festival.­

Those art cars are heavily decorated and customized vehicles that are used during the Burning Man festival.­

Most art cars are not street-legal, but some are, and they can be spotted occasionally on the road or on city streets.­

For information about the Burning Man Festival and to see my photos from other years, click here.

Burning Man 2003 and earlier years photos by Tristan Savatier.­

For information on this festival and to see my photos from other years, click here.

Shot on Film 227 photos

Photos shot on film, and later scanned /­ digitalized from the negative or slide.­

Burning Man 2018 photos

Burning Man Festival

Photos per year: 2016, 2015, 2013, 2012, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 1999, 1998.

Burning Man is yearly gathering of about 70,000 people, many from the San Francisco Bay Area, celebrating love, life, passion and art during one week in a desolated desert in Nevada.­

The event takes place each last week of august in an immense dry lakebed called Black Rock Desert.­ A temporary city is built where about everything is permitted except violence, money and commerce.­

The culmination of the event is the burning of a large human-shape figure in a giant bonfire, hence the name (Burning Man).­ The city disappears completely at the end of the week, leaving no trace.­

If this sounds interesting, check out the official Burning Man website at www.­burningman.­org.