The dust is settling in the Tankwa Karoo as another AfrikaBurn has drawn to close. For a week, 9000 people turned a farm in the middle of nowhere in the Northern Cape into a temporary town – a surreal world of art, music, dress up and performances. When you’re there you have to keep reminding yourself that you’re not in a dream, and when you’ve returned to the “real” world it’s even harder to realise that it all actually happened: all the crazy costumes and unexpected dance floors and spontaneous gifting and the sea of neon and flashing LEDs lighting up the desert sky at night.
I took as many photos as I could to try and capture some of AfrikaBurn’s transient magic.
This looks too incredible! It’s high time I get my Burn on…perhaps when we come back 😉
Great set of images. Love the one of the backlit bunny!
This is one of my favorites events in South Africa, i had such great time, you feel free like a bird, you can do what ever you want! (well kind of…lol).
Thanks for posting those awesome pictures, brings back good memories.
See you again on April 27, 2015, can’t wait!
Awesome blog btw.