Bearded Theory Sunday

Bearded Theory 2015 Memories in Photographs

Man it is only Wednesday but boy oh boy this has been one busy week.  I have been working so hard to catch up on things and doing so much writing elsewhere that I have let my own blog suffer a little.

I have lots of festivals coming up over the next two months.  In fact I am away every weekend from now until the end of September.  I shall try to keep up with things going forward.  this week I have really enjoyed sharing some of my favourite moments from festivals that I have attended already this year and here is another batch.  Incredibly Bearded Theory is already a full 10 weeks in the past.  Here are some of my favourite moments from a fantastic, friendly festival

September Mourning

Download 2015 Memories In Photographs

It is hard to believe that it is already over six weeks since we all got back from Download Festival.  As we are having such a miserable week weather wise I thought it would   try to cheer everyone up with a few of my favourite photos from this years festival.

It would be great if you left a comment on my website or shared the post :)

Photo Challenge - Muse Glastonbury

Glastonbury Memories 2015

This time four weeks ago I was getting ready to come home from Glastonbury.  If you haven’t been to Glastonbury it is a huge shock to the system.  The sheer scale of it all is stunning.  It can easily take a full hour to walk from one side of the site to the other.  The site at Glastonbury is the size of a small city both in area and population for a week every June

I spent at lot of time in the Field of Avalon this year and to walk from that stage to my camper van was a walk of 4.3 Kilometres.  The camper van fields are vast, though it must be said, well organised and friendly.  If you are camping onsite it is perhaps a little better though less comfortable.  It never ceases to amaze me that you can camp in sight of the main stages at Glastonbury.

The atmosphere at Glastonbury is amazing.  People come to party and they party hard but the atmosphere is overwhelmingly friendly.  There is entertainment available 24-hours a day for the duration of the festival.  The array of food available is absolutely incredible and unlike some of the big festivals you don’t get ripped off.  Glastonbury even allows you to carry a reasonable amount of alcohol into the arena.

Glastonbury isn’t for everyone.  Personally I wouldn’t want to do it with small kids (though it is very child friendly) as I walked over 80 miles over the five days of the festival.  My memories are in Photographs so here are a few of my favourites.

James Bay - Glastonbury 2015

James Bay – Glastonbury Festival 2015

James Bay is an up and coming British artist.  He has already scored a No1 album with his debut release The Chaos And The Calm.

These images were shot during his performance on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival in June 2015.  If you look in the top left corner of a couple of the images you can see Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan from One Direction watching Bay’s performance.


Weekly Photo Challenge – Close Up

This weeks photo challenge is to show some close-up shots.  Here are some of mine.

Larmer Tree Festival Sunday

Larmer Tree Festival – Sunday Photo Gallery

Well here we are with the last batch of photographs of the lovely folk who attended last weeks Larmer Tree Festival.

If you spot yourself or any of your friends be sure to let us know.