Photos of the Last Hours of the Last Night of Glastonbury
What 100,000 people look like after five days of partying.
By sunrise on the Monday morning of Glastonbury, a good deal of guests have been there for five days solid, existing exclusively on MDMA, tepid beer and increasingly soggy Hovis. While a lot of fun, that kind of life can take its toll.
VICE photographer Chris Bethell spent the last hours of Sunday night, and the early hours of Monday morning, shooting what he saw around him, from the end of Pyramid headliner Ed Sheeran's set to the Tough Mudders of the sesh watching the sun come up at the Stone Circle.
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