Yeah. Typically I figure it's the Discovery Channel or whateverfuck Al Gore's network is doing out there. Seemed like it was especially a pain in the ass in 2005. Not only was the beautiful phoenix fire art was nullified by the giant trucks and floodlights all around, but it cast a bright white glow across the otherwise colorful Black Rock City.aris wrote:Was it just me, or did those huge white lights on that flower piece on the playa completely DESTROY the illusion that the playa so wonderfully gives off at night.
It's typical of the media to think that because x-thousand units of their viewers will watch, they're more important than everybody else out there.
I'm actually getting really tired of reporters and half-baked TV "podcasts" running around with special badges and big cameras trying to sell ads by presuming to tell the world what Burning Man "is."
No problem otherwise, when they're necessary for preparing for the burn, etc.