Glastonbury 2007: the aftermath pt 3
Kicking mud up to the Green Fields and around the Stone Circle. (Photos ©urban75, 25th June 2007)
Banksy's replica of Stonehenge, made from old portable toilets.
"A lot of monuments are a bit rubbish," he told The Guardian, "but this really is a pile of crap." .
A Stonehenge of Portaloos.
Festival site in the background.
The (ahem) 'sacred stones'.
Festival goers celebrated the Solstice on the Thursday when the area was surrounded by lush grass. By Sunday it was looking like a bog.
Heading back into the Green Fields.
How's this for a nice place to camp? Right next to the overflowing urinals and on top of a swamp of piss-soaked mud.
Heading home through the mud.
Towards the Other Stage.
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