Furniture in the desert – A place to chill at Burningman

“Don’t be too timid and squeamish about your actions. All life is an experiment.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

I had a cool little chat with the art students that created this piece. You know, it was kinda funny. I had passed this “sculpture” several times….both during the day and night while exploring the art at Burning Man, and blew it off as some sort of unexplainable blob of sharp plastic shards of debris. (don’t tell them that!)  To my surprise however, it was far from that. Manufactured entirely out of tie wraps, these artists had created what was in fact a rather comfortable place to lay down and shelter yourself from the hot desert sun. And it was surprisingly comfortable!

I still have many more images to dig up, process, and share from this Cirque du Soleil meets Bladerunner meets Thunderdome meets a music festival and celebration of life love and art in the desert. A life changing event for sure.

So many before me have shared it so well like the video below:

I ramble a little about it (the image I captured above) and a few more things here below!

Its a process but the audio experiment continues 🙂

Show Notes

BossJock Studios

The Nikon D7100 and 80-400mm lens

Photoshopworld Orlando

Stand up desk

Camera Plus

Blame the Monkey

The M Stand for Laptops and iPads

MindMiester mindmapping software

The Podcasters Studio by Ray Ortega


And as I mentioned in the audio recording, here is a quick video of Scott Kelby chatting about the new Nikon body and lens mentioned above. Looks like some amazing new toys from Nikon!

In fact, some pretty amazing deals going on too! Click the camera (pardon the pun) below for all the specs. It’s pretty sweet 🙂

D7100 DSLR Camera with

 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR DX Lens

$1,596.95 Now $1,496.95  Expires March 30

Free Shipping + 2% Reward  

Save up to additional $200

When buying Lenses, Speedlites

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Thats all I got for now!

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