I'm often asked to describe or explain what AfrikaBurn is about. There are many obvious facets to the event: art installations, people, music and of course, the burning. AfrikaBurn is many things and to make it about one thing or another, doesn't really do justice to the other aspects not spoken about.
For me, though, AfrikaBurn is a place where subtle energies abound, waiting to dance, cajole and have fun with you. It's a place where you can meet yourself - deeply, fully and wholeheartedly and while this is not for the faint of heart, it is an incredible, life changing opportunity and one which I've never experienced in such a concentrated form anywhere else. Here then is part two of my AfrikaBurn 2017 experience. As before, these images were taken with a Canon EOS 650D and a Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III lens.