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Lovely work from the Pinhole Project

The Pinhole Project is a collective of photographers that experiment with the age-old pinhole approach to capturing images. They use gelatin silver paper to record the gorgeous photos they’ve been collecting at Burning Man, going all the way back to 1999. Several members of this group are also Flaming Lotus Girls. Here are a few shots from past events:

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snake head. photo by The Pinhole Project.

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Celestial Mechanica from 2014. photo by The Pinhole Project.

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Homouroborus Tantalus from 2013. photo by The Pinhole Project.

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Truth Is Beauty from 2013. photo by The Pinhole Project.

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Flaming Lotus Girl Dave X and his amazing ride. photo by The Pinhole Project.

Soma Care and Maintenance

Periodically, we do maintenance on Soma. On Sunday and Monday, we had a solid crew down on Pier 14 to replace some blubs, remove graffiti, and reinforce the mesh on the lower dodecas.

Adriaan and Siobhan remove a stripped out wood screw from the decking.

Adriaan and Siobhan remove a stripped out wood screw from the decking.

Amanda installs a light-diffusing "knee blub" to the lower dodeca's dendrite.

Amanda installs a light-diffusing “knee blub” to the lower dodeca’s dendrite.

Gorgeous night-time shots of the Serpent Mother

Here are a few lovely images of our Snakey at night, when she looks particularly sharp.

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A huge crowd of people staying warm in the Serpent’s glow. Photo by Christine Lan

We make our flames blue by mixing copper chloride into the liquid methanol. Photo by Christine Lan.

Pink flames, from lithium chloride. Photo by Christine Lan.

And check out this amazing overexposed daytime shot! (No, that’s not an illustration!)

Photo by Hank Leiter.

Photo by Hank Leiter.

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