Glastonbury festival: In pictures

The rain moved away from the site to reveal a stunning sunset on Sunday evening.
Revellers in the Block 9 area danced until dawn on Sunday.
Weary festival-goers began leaving Worthy Farm at sunrise on Monday.
And now it's time for the great Glastonbury clean-up to begin.
Kasabian headlined the festival for the first time on Sunday night.
Dolly Parton took the stage by storm in the Sunday afternoon "legends" spot.
Plenty of Dolly fans dressed up as the global star, who drew a bigger crowd than headliners Arcade Fire, Metallica and Kasabian.
Thousands of people packed the field in front of the festival's main stage for the performance.
Ed Sheeran also proved a hit on the Pyramid Stage on Sunday.
The English National Ballet performed Dust on the final day of the festival.
Yoko Ono took to the stage with the Plastic Ono band.
As always there have been plenty of weird and wonderful sights at the festival - including these performers in the theatre field.
Newly-weds Craig Reilly and Hannah Lomas honeymooned at the festival.
1975 singer Matthew Healy during his band's Pyramid stage debut .
Glastonbury attracts music fans of all ages - but it seems the excitement proved too much for Wilf, 14 months, from Bristol.
Lana Del Rey's husky, melancholic tones matched the weather as she took to the stage on Saturday afternoon.
Ricky Wilson's Kaiser Chiefs performed a surprise set on Friday.
Win Butler of headline act Arcade Fire took a photo on the Pyramid Stage on Friday.
A mobile sculpture by Banksy titled Sirens of the Lambs is driven round Worthy Farm, the home of Glastonbury. It was designed to highlight the issue of animals being farmed for their meat.
The rain was torrential at some points during the day on Friday.
While most revellers were resigned to grin and bear it, not everyone was putting on a brave face in the rain.

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