This weekend,  the Glastonbury Festival took place in the Somerset countryside in south-west England. A celebration of life, earth and music, that over the years has grown to become the biggest outdoor festival in the world, and not surprisingly it’s almost impossible to get tickets. 
Last year, the Ellie & Co team scored two after trying every year for six years to get them. A year on, experiencing it still feels like a dream, so this weekend was spent mostly reminiscing on last year’s weird and wonderful, magical and muddy Glastonbury Festival adventures. Here are a few photos …
Just a bar in a field made out of a bit of an aeroplane … ↓
A favourite random discovery was this – the smallest mobile solar-powered cinema In. The. World. To be honest, I didn’t realise there were any others… The cinema was full (it only seats about four people (!)), so we didn’t get to experience it, to make up for it,  the ‘usher’ posed for our photo instead…
I loved discovering the postcard stand, so you could send someone – or even yourself – a memory from the festival…
One of the stages was a recreation of a favela…
Dan trying tight-rope walking – waaaaay harder than it looks.
An emergency at the mobile hair salon!
The award for the most effort goes to these two – her entire body is BLUE!

It’s only mud!

We kept seeing these Mexican wrestler guys everywhere. Finally I decided to get a photo of them – without prompting or direction they got into character

Crooner’s Corner!
Sunset over The Glade
DIY Jellyfish! All you need are 3 transparent umbrellas, fairy lights, some tissue paper and three willing carriers.
Oh look, those Mexican wrestlers again…
For when it all gets too much, you head to the ‘confusion’ hotline…

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