Google published imagery from Burning Man 2010, captured on Sep 1st by GeoEye-1 satellite. This annual event, taking place in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, celebrates both human individuality and togetherness, highlighted by ritual burning of a large wooden effigy (“The Man”) Saturday evening. You can find location of the “The Man” in the center of annually-built tent city, shown below.
To view this great new Burning Man imagery in Google Earth, select ‘GeoEye Featured Imagery’ button located in Google Earth ‘More’ folder. Also, if you’re headed out to Burning Man this weekend, be sure to check this KML.