The openair gathering outside of Allentown proved the more rewarding of this past weekend’s events, despite freezing temperatures and an unorganized organizer. A few hardy souls managed to stomp around the dancefloor to stay warm, but for the rest, a home cooked dinner, large fires and an endless supply of wood kept them going through the night. The music continued long after the sun returned, however, so everyone danced once the air thawed.
Daniel Pinchbeck participated in the gathering, delivering on Sunday morning a hilltop presentation on the virtues of the Mayan calendar system and the importance of crop circles. Most, but not all, attended to his words. There is (very) raw footage of the talk up on DMTV.
From opinions gathered, the deco stole the show at Burning Lotus, as it did at Metaforce the night before. Another reviewer noted that
“…The video guy Peter Parker pulled something I’ve never seen before, a huge pixel projector throwing fractals on a forest. No one could get it on film, but I have to tell you it was the most incredible thing I’ve seen in memory.” from machineelf
We agree. The best bit of deco the gatherings around here have ever seen; two trees illuminated by moving green light.
Sunil and a DLSR camera provided us with these memories of the weekend.