Glastonbury 2007: Sunday, the final day
Our last full day on site. (Photos/words © urban75, June 2007)
Mutoid Waste Co sculpture. I used to go their London parties in the 90s and they *rocked*!
Half plane, half car vehicle.
Elephant on a wagon.
Checking out the rubbish fairy.
A particularly gloopy stretch of mud. Apparently hundreds of people suffered ankle injuries from the mud,
An elephant stomps past the Other Stage.
Bird like creature.
Get yer chocolate elephant poos!
That distant blob is Bill Bailey. The tent was so full someone fainted in front of us.
Bailey was fantastic - funnily enough we saw him perform again at about 1.30am in front of a rain soaked field.
While Shirley Bassey gives it large onstage, an inflatable sofa makes its way across the packed field.
Ol' Shirley was fantastic.
Bassey attracted one of the biggest crowds of the festival.
A lovely, lovely Welsh flag with Shirley somewhere in the far distance.
That weather's not looking too good.
Flags by the Pyramid Stage..
"Extreme Largeness" and a lot of wet people.
I'm afraid I got a little 'over excited' for The Who's set.
The first half of the Who's set was fucking amazing, but then they elected to play stuff off Tommy instead of the infinitely better Quadrophenia. Bah!
Some muddy folks in the bar by the Cider Bus. It was really pissing it down by now.
More muddy people.
We trekked through the rivers of liquid mud up to Lost Vagueness (which, we have to say, was something of a disappointment this year), but the five days of relentless partying were starting to catch up with us.
The Chapel in a rain storm.
"Take me home! I can't take any more!"
Goodbye Glasto 2007: we had a great time but - please! - no more fucking rain next year!
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