In this Facebook post, Habchy describes the incredulity he faced when he realized people were interested in seeing more of his work. Over time, this incredulity faded and photography became something Habchy had already conquered.
He got bored. He’s not excited about photography anymore. We’ve all been there, but maybe not just at the top of our game.
Burning Man Craze
Many of the people who go to Burning Man are focused on sustainability efforts, artwork and the intersection of the two.
As a result, his photos of Burning Man are child-like.
Photo by Anne James on Unsplash
They reminded his 300,000 followers of their innate sexuality and freedom, which is why we will miss them so much.
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