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It's all over...

Greg James | 12:25 UK time, Tuesday, 30 June 2009

So it's done for another year.  The bins are being emptied, the toilets hosed down and the stages dismantled.  What an amazing weekend it was.  There are loads of video highlights here so you can relive it all. 

I am ruined right now - it took me 5 hours to get back to London to do the show yesterday afternoon and I feel a bit lost after being in such a brilliant place.  It's the feeling you get after a big night out - you don't want it to end and you kind of want it to start all over again.

I want to go back though next year but will be worried the weather won't be any good!

A few final shots:

This perfectly sums up the end of Glastonbury.  Someone's wacky shades stamped into the drying mud.

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And I met these lovely Radio 1 listeners whilst out and about:
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Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    Hey Greg :)

    Just wondering if you are going to upload the picture of us lovely Radio 1 listeners you spoke to sunday evening?
    Hope you enjoyed Blur!
    Was realy nice to meet you! :D

    Love Kara x

    ..Oh, also when walking to the Jazz stage we saw that man with the large 'thing' on his back. Any way later on saw him with a parachute tye thing flying round in the sky lol. So you were right, it was one of 'those things'. (Hope you i remember what I am on about.) LOL :)

  • Comment number 2.

    its all so sad :(
    But next year it will start all over again :)

    bigger and better than ever-i assume

    :)

  • Comment number 3.

    :) .. dont we all look so luvly in our wellies!

    Also luv the way that when i went to save the pic, the default name was 'switch lovlies' lol

    Thankyou for adding it too your blog! I have my signed welly (Thankyou!) proudly stood in my room now :) mud free tho! xxx

  • Comment number 4.

    Nice! Was a great weekend eh?! Thank you for posting.

 

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