No mud in sight: Bird's eye view of Glastonbury Festival - taken by a man who glided over it with his paramotor

These colourful photos show a bird's eye view of Glastonbury Festival taken by a local who glided over at 1,000ft using his paramotor.

Wednesday, 26th June 2019, 10:01 am
Updated Wednesday, 26th June 2019, 11:01 am
Glastonbury

James Pearce, 51, often flies his powered paraglider from a field near the world famous music festival site in Somerset, which opens its doors to thousands of revellers today.

Aerial pictures of the Glastonbury festival site
Aerial pictures of the Glastonbury festival site

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Aerial pictures of the Glastonbury festival site
Aerial pictures of the Glastonbury festival site
Aerial pictures of the Glastonbury festival site
Aerial pictures of the Glastonbury festival site
Aerial pictures of the Glastonbury festival site
Aerial pictures of the Glastonbury festival site
Aerial pictures of the Glastonbury festival site
James Pearce
James Pearce
Aerial pictures of the Glastonbury festival site