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Glastonbury Festival Walk

William's green signpost

Last week I had a lovely long walk with my parents and my daughter. We didn’t quite make it to the stone circle, but nearly! Here are some of the photos I took.

Across market area to Pyramid Stage

 

 

Jazz World Field (or whatever it’s called nowadays)

Road to Stone Circle

 

 

Green Futures

Fallen Deer

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