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Photos from the Glastonbury Festival 2003. Each links through to a reasonably high-res version. (Full-res on request - not here to cut down on space.) I've not put many band pics on as they don't really come out at a distance - though there're some below.
At the entrance to the site.
Open mike performance.
Cafe Tango, serving excellent breakfasts.
Out in the rain - which was thankfully rare.
In the Greenpeace/Guardian soulmates tent.
A new Palestine film in the LeftField tent, whose name hopefully speaks for itself.
The Greenpeace climbing wall.
Dragon joining two areas in the Greenfields.
Higher up in the Greenfields.
Tree sculpture. In 2002 there was a car under it!.
Blowing huge bubbles.
You really don't want to smell that. Imagine what's inside...
Sculpture from car bits.
Life-size chess set.
The big Love, which got painted over the weekend.
Shakespeare with a twist.
Tom McRae giving a solid set.
Painting of the Icon of the Day: before...
... and after; this was outside the LeftField tent..
Billy Bragg, launching a new union - a roadies' syndicalist union.
The wonderful flags by the One World stage.
Capoeira demo. This was in the theatre field and one of a vast number of outdoor cultural performances..
Outdoor theatre at the Bash Street Cafe - a silent movie with a real piano player.
People on stilts by the big Love.
All sorts of food was available - this was a Guacamole burger.
Elsewhere in the theatre fields.
Within one of the many craft areas.
The One World Stage.
The Skatalites doing a really superb set.
In the dance tent.
The Green Anarchist man, same position as usual; some things never change, year after year.
Typical busy market area.
Pyramid [main] stage, for a great set on an absolutely glorious Saturday afternoon.
(Me on the left, squinting in the sun).
Tony Benn, (once again) reminding us how he has given up parliament to devote more time to politics.
Mark Thomas in the Green speaker tent.
Bianca Jagger, world-famous human-rights campaigner.
The Groovy Movie Picture House, showing Undercurrents and other activist stuff.
Peace flags, mostly with an 'e', were abundant.
Looking down the site.
In the heat.
More on Saturday afternoon.
Looking right across the site, zoomed in.
The bandstand, in one of the market areas.
Our field, the Leftfield.
Mark Thomas back in the Leftfield tent.
In the healing field.
Healing pyramid - lie in the centre with wind chimes above.
The sunset on Saturday.
More healing field arrangements.
Radiohead's awesome set.
Obviously, it was hard to get close to the stage...
Though the next morning, with the Yeovil Town Band, was different...
A dream for would-be roadies.
The nearest I got to hearing any samba (though there was some, somewhere else).
The good-old Rinky Dink, a human-powered sound-system.
The Greenpeace skateboard ramp.
Seize the Day, in the Leftfield tent again.
Michael Eavis, who has run the festival for 30 years on his own land, which is a working farm through the rest of the year.
My favourite stall...
Beyond the crafts area ...
Says it all, really...
... with some nice laser work.
Moby, on Sunday evening ...
But no exposé of Glastonbury Festival would be complete without pictures of...
... the loos.
The queue at the train station back home, having already waited three hours.