A collection of all the pictures from the second day of the festival.
Is this the hottest place to work? It's 100 degrees in front of the six creperie hot plates!
It's an expensive business - this Romanian sausage seller paid £4,000 to buy her pitch and pay for water and electricity for the five day festival!
It's an Emily Eavis sandwich, between our fantastic ITV team - David Woodland and camera crew Jamie Beard!
Even the police horses get in on the action, wearing flowers in their manes!
Everyone wants to be on TV!
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It's day 1 of Glastonbury and we'll have all the pictures from the first day here. Keep checking back throughout the day as we'll keep updating with as many as we can get!
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Mexican pole climbers connect the earth with the sky in front of their country's Ambassador in the Green fields at Glastonbury.
It was a special show for the Ambassador and workers on the site.
Before and after...
A snap showing the camp site dedicated specifically to the disabled. Organisers have set up a separate family camping area too, as well as an area for people who've cycled in.
Animals are a guaranteed feature of Glastonbury, some more uncommon than others...
The sun is out and the gates have officially opened for this year's Glastonbury Festival!
The main stages don't get going until Friday but that hasn't stop thousands arriving at the crack of dawn this morning to find the best camping spot.
The festival is celebrating its 45th year with Florence and the Machine, Kanye West and The Who all headlining.
Many had been queuing since Tuesday morning in a bid to secure the best spot on Worthy Farm.
Tens of thousands of people are expected to pour through the gates of the Glastonbury Festival armed with wellies and rain coats today.
By six-thirty this morning there were already thousands of people queueing to be the first in.
Organisers believe around 90% of the 135,000 ticket-holders will have set up camp by the end of the day, in a bid to get the best camping spots.
But before the fun can start, many will battle heavy traffic, queues and long walks before unfolding their tents.
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Ever complained about festival toilets? Are you ready for a 'see-through' one at this year's Glastonbury?
All is not as strange as it seems. The Water Aid charity's 'Loo with a View' will have a mirror with a view of the Pyramid Stage, so you don't miss Florence while answering nature's call.
However the mirror is a special two-way one - so nobody will be able to see you on the toilet.
This isn't just so music fans don't miss their favourite act. Water Aid want to give people a glimpse into what life is like for the billions of people around the world who don't have anywhere safe to use the bathroom - an issue that particularly affects women and girls.
Find out more about what the charity will be doing at this year's festival.
With just days to go until the big event some people are already enjoying the party - on a more miniature scale.
Legoland Windsor has unveiled its take on the famous festival, complete with headline acts Kayne West, Florence and the Machine and The Who's Roger Daltrey. The miniscape even includes real Worthy Farm mud as well as an impressive-looking Pyramid Stage. The Resort’s talented Model Making team have created the 10cm high Lego recreations of the famous stars, plus Kim Kardashian backstage in the VIP area.
And a festival isn’t a festival without all the essentials – including mini portaloos, tents and festival-goers mud sliding in real Glastonbury Festival mud delivered direct to the Resort from Worthy Farm.
The Glastonbury scene took the Resort’s talented model making team 720 hours to build, using around 9,872 bricks, including 5,400 used to create the 50cm high Pyramid Stage based on precise dimensions supplied by the Glastonbury Festival team.
The Glastonbury Festival has become such a British institution, it truly deserves a place here in Miniland.
The Model Makers have had a huge amount of fun creating the scene and the Festival team have been really helpful giving us stage dimensions and sending a special consignment of Glastonbury ‘mud’ fresh from the farm.
We think guests are going to love the scene which will remain a permanent feature here from today.