ramble on

the personal photo blog of shannon leigh busta.

Moments from the days and years gone by.

New York, July 2012

This is Mellow. She is not mellow.

Something I should have shared with you all a long time ago. This is the Temple of Transition. The Temple at Burning Man is a place of personal reflection, love, grief, happiness and pain. Last year, the Temple was also used to support an Earth Harp. The harp was created by William Close of MASS (Music, Architecture, Sonic, Sculpture) and he is the one playing the instrument in this video. This is the world’s largest stringed instrument, placing the audience inside the instrument, as the golden strings span out from the stage and use the Temple to create a 120 foot harp.

Scenes from the most incredible experience of my short life.

When it’s too cold to go outside.
Bat cat

“We’re all going to die. Some people are scared of dying. Never be afraid to die. Because you’re born die”

—   Walter Breunin, worlds oldest man
Great day for photography
Pigeons in High Park