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A picture made available on April 30 shows 'Burners' lighting Chinese lanterns during the Afrika Burn festival in the Tankwa Karoo National Park, Ceres, South Africa, April 29. Afrika Burn follows on from Burning Man in the United States and is a week long festival in the baron Tankwa Karoo. The event is styled on 'Burning Man' held in the United States and sees a temporary, non commercial sharing community build in the harsh badlands of the Karoo. Through sharing of ideas and goods, building of art instillations, dance, group drumming, human interaction and the casting off of modern day restraints the participants aim to create an annual four day nirvana.