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Painted Boots and a Beard ~ Part 4

Posted by on July 3, 2019

Writing and pictures by Solar Santa. You are rewarded for having endured this far with more stories from Solar Santa Sonica has gifted me an amazing site. Corner of 6ish and Black Rock City. Prestigious address linked to the original …More »

Painted Boots and a Beard ~ Part 3

Posted by on June 24, 2019

Writing and pictures by Solar Santa. Solar Santa continues on his merry way. It is early morning on the playa. My first day back. I’m looking for Nathan the builder of SKOP. A bakkie rolls up and I can’t believe …More »

The Magic Necklace

Posted by on March 10, 2017

(photos courtesy of the author: David Gwynne-Evans) Do you believe that people find crystals, or that crystals find people? Here follows my own fairytale story – a botanist who in following his heart found his love and a magical crystal …More »

The Tale of Red Dust

Posted by on June 23, 2016

Photo courtesy of: Christiaan Barnard Photography 4am. Late April. It is dark. It is cold. A chill wind from the north conjures dusty ghosts that groan and whisper across the Playa. A crescent moon hangs like a cheap neon sign …More »

A Strange Place I Call Home

Posted by on June 11, 2013

My home is set in the vast expanse of a desert in a bowl surrounded by majestic and surreal mountains that are like fortress walls protecting treasures inside a castle. More »

Archetypes and dust storms: AfrikaBurn 2013

Posted by on May 13, 2013
Sarah Duff

I’d been to AfrikaBurn last year for the first time, not knowing what to expect, and was completely overwhelmed by it. This year was no different. Even though I had an idea of what was in store, it still blew my mind.More »

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