Theres Always One wrote:I'm a relative newbie and I was the first of my friends to go to the burn. This past, year, a handful of more people went to the burn (all their first time) and I now I see them posting videos of the temple burn and the man burn where lots of other people who haven't gone can see it. Now, I understand the whole "no video/picture could do it justice" and I agree. But, I kind of feel like some things like the temple burn, man burn, or the sunrise should be kind of left for someone to discover on their own when they get there. And not to say that people can't go out and find this stuff if they wanted to but I would leave it up to them to seek out how much they want to see beforehand. I was mocked for "taking it too seriously" and being "burnier than thou" and every single person who has been disagrees with me. Am I in the wrong here?
Drawingablank wrote:I respect anyone for wanting to live in the moment, personally I have very few photos because I was living in the moment.
But now that I am in the midst of Post Playa Depression, I'm thankful for all those videos and photos that bring me back home.
The bottom line is - I really could not be bothered taking much in the way of photos, but those who were more inclined to do so bring back some fond memories.
Every one burns differently - and judging those who choose to document their burn seems to me to be as un burny as you can get.
Savannah wrote:It sounds freaky & wrong, so you need to do it.
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