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By: BrianMcGloin Mon, 22 Oct 2012 19:45:58 +0000 I think we met in Media Mecca, but I’m not certain.

Good job with your pictures.

One comforting thing about the dust and dried sweat is we’re all init together, in a way. I never notice how filthy I am until that first shower and non-dusty hotel room in Hawthorne, NV.

On my way from Austin I traveled through Salt Lake City and, I must say, it’s a beautiful city with a phenomenal library, museum, public transit. It really makes Austin look like the redneck hick town it is.

See you in the dust next year.

By: MFP Sat, 08 Sep 2012 21:18:50 +0000 Simply outstanding, this great work conveys emotions

By: rogueriva Tue, 04 Sep 2012 17:00:51 +0000 Wonderful photos and excellent article regarding your experience at BM. My son was there for the first time, and so I decided to search online for any current photos. I couldn’t believe it when I saw my son pictured in one of the photos that you took during the Friday night effigies burning….it was so cool! The photo showed up in a series on the UK Daily Mail site and the Telegraph. We lived in SLC for many years, and my son spent days and weeks hiking & camping in Escalante; so the conditions on the playa weren’t unfamiliar to him. Like you, he had an amazingly awesome somewhat life-changing experience, and I have you to thank for taking a photo right at the moment when he happened to be in the frame. Thank you!