Suliman Nawid, a New York-based costume designer, in sugar skull regalia inspired by Dia De Los Muertos.
A troupe of Vancouver-based stiltwalkers pose for a photo at "Hands," a sculpture of wooden hands created by San Francisco artist Dave Gertler.
Josh, a Burner from Kentucky, surveys the crowd at Center Camp.
Scott and Elizabeth got married at Burning Man 2013. It was one of 32 officially registered weddings at the event.
Rachel Bowdith, a member of the performance group Vessel, took part in an opera in memory of the artist Pepe Ozan.
Greg Barron, captain of the Monaco, a magnificent art car in the form of a desert ship.
Christie, a Burner from New York, takes in the sunrise at the Temple of Whollyness.
Sky, a Burner from Vancouver, created his headpiece from feathers, horns, leather and spent shell-casings.
Jeffrey, a longtime Burner from Portland, Oregon, wore a handcrafted outfit made of fabrics and accessories collected on his travels around the world.
Tracy, a Burner from Grass Valley, California.
Neysa and Kevin, two Burners based in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, were engaged at Burning Man.
Nesta Rae with her sidekicks Tracy and Melissa.
Lia, a Burner from New York in a revealing fur and feather ensemble.
Claudine Soulsister, one of several dancers at the temple performing an improvised "Dream of the Last Butterflies."
Sofiah Jaffer-Thom from Costa Rica performs an early morning ritual at the Temple of Whollyness.
Steve, a costume designer from Las Vegas, goes by "Man in the Mirror" on the playa.
Jessica, preparing for her wedding ceremony at Burning Man 2013.
Nathan Skyhorse, a member of the Abraxas art car crew.
Michael, a performance artist from Las Vegas, performs "Icarus."
Cass, a fire dancer from Calgary, spinning hoops at sunrise.
Huck and Tangle, two Burners from Saskatchewan, in matching masks and outfits.
Uncle Ira, a costume designer from San Jose and longtime Burner, in a piece he calls "Flamingoes and Dice."
Rico, a 13-year veteran of Burning Man, hasn't cut his beard in over three years.
Drksprk, a longtime Burner from Ventura, California, wearing horns and sequins. And, oh yeah, the Afro is real.
Four tired Burners take in the sunrise at Sparky's Wheel of Tesla, an installation by Brooklyn artists Kat and Jesse Green.