Burning Man 2014: Spectacular Photos of the Annual Festival in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert

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An aerial view of the Burning Man 2014

The week-long annual Burning Man festival has come to a fiery end, with the burning of the huge wooden effigy that gives the event its name.

Festival-goers lounge around an art installation called 'Pulse & Bloom'.

The festival’s site, on a dried-up lake bed, is dotted with giant sculptures that are burned each night of the festival.

A view of the Playa and the Man during the Burning Man 2014

More than 50,000 revellers have spent the last week camping in the Black Rock desert in Nevada.

People climb up an art installation as the Burning Man 2014 arts and music festival kicks off in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada

Money is outlawed at the festival, so revellers must bring everything they will need for the week-long rave described as “where Mad Max meets Woodstock”.

The art installation Embrace is set alightReuters photographer Jim Urquhart captured this year’s festival, which had the theme “Caravansary”.

Dillon Bracken (L) and Atalya Stachel dance during the Burning Man 2014A participant rides a bike to an art installation on the last day of the Burning Man,People interact with an art installation called The Super Pool during a dust storm.A mutant vehicle drives across the Playa. Most mutant vehicles are heavily modified road vehicles, but some are made from scratchPeople dance as a DJ performs in the Dancetronauts mutant vehicleThe Temple of Grace is set alight on the last day of Burning Man 2014People watch as the Temple of Grace burns to the ground

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