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Gallery: Burning Man Through The Lens of Andrew Jorgensen

Some dramatic shots from the playa
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Credit: Andrew Jorgensen for The Conflu

Credit: Andrew Jorgensen for The Conflu

Burning Man was a turbulent occasion in 2016 as usual. This time, amidst consternation about the festival's gentrification, the White Ocean camp was vandalized by pranksters. Still, though, the man was burned and all was well.

We've received these incredible photos from the festival courtesy of Andrew Jorgensen for The Confluence, and they're a great way to look back and remember - or see what you missed, as it were. Jorgensen's been involved in festival photography for years, shooting such seminal North American festivals as Coachella and Bonnaroo alongside top transformationals like Lightning in a Bottle and Symbiosis Gathering.

Whereas some photographers focus on the individuals, Jorgensen focuses on capturing environments. His distinctive, highly-saturated and dramatic imagery has helped spread his sought-after photography chops, and we're glad to be able to share these amazing photos with you.

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