The Temple of Promise has been a tradition at Burning Man since 2000. Visitors of the Temple leave messages of reflection, celebration, bereavement or release. On the last night of the festival, the Temple is burned to ash to release the mementos and emotions of its guests.
The Temple of Promise has been a tradition at Burning Man since 2000. Visitors of the Temple leave messages of reflection, celebration, bereavement or release. On the last night of the festival, the Temple is burned to ash to release the mementos and emotions of its guests. Brian Baker Courtesy of Brian Baker
The Temple of Promise has been a tradition at Burning Man since 2000. Visitors of the Temple leave messages of reflection, celebration, bereavement or release. On the last night of the festival, the Temple is burned to ash to release the mementos and emotions of its guests. Brian Baker Courtesy of Brian Baker

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