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Waiting for Arcade Fire

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22nd Jun 2007, 21:22   | tags:

swamprose says:

:)

22nd Jun 2007, 22:05

Puddikat says:

Nice pic

22nd Jun 2007, 22:28

Essitam says:

I'm watching Arcade Fire....Bless BBCi, I get to do it without the mud and with a hot cup of tea ,

but minus the atmosphere :-(

22nd Jun 2007, 22:31

Viv says:

that's a super shot

22nd Jun 2007, 22:38

crickson says:

Great shot!

22nd Jun 2007, 22:39

Spiderbaby says:

We just saw them too (from Leeds!) with wine, soon to make tea. Not quite the same I'm sure. :) Lovely shot.

22nd Jun 2007, 22:56

bronxelf says:

*rotated

*

Nice shot. :D

22nd Jun 2007, 23:07

alicat9 says:

absolutely gorgeous! fabulous capture

22nd Jun 2007, 23:09

Spiderbaby says:

Looks like a beach party!

22nd Jun 2007, 23:11

Viv says:

thought it might get a hl!

22nd Jun 2007, 23:25

Euphro says:

Wow!

22nd Jun 2007, 23:54

540air says:

Wow is right!!

23rd Jun 2007, 00:14

teflon says:

This photo is ace. I've just got home and am now watching them on the telly - like Essitam says, without the atmosphere.

23rd Jun 2007, 01:15

swamprose says:

helen and beth, richard reed parry, usually in suspenders, plays the bass and other things in the arcade, has the most wonderful RED hair. and of course, he's intelligent.

23rd Jun 2007, 01:23

Dhamaka says:

fantastic shot

and wet

23rd Jun 2007, 08:12

greenpeace says:

and they rocked. not really heard them before, but i was amazed.

jamie

23rd Jun 2007, 18:31

chocolate says:

beautiful shot!

25th Jun 2007, 21:53

Helen says:

Thank you. I had an ace time.

26th Jun 2007, 03:56

molly says:

Lovely pic - is that a mudslick gleaming away in the foreground? Cunningly capturing the joy and downright minginess of a rainy Glasto. Ahem.

26th Jun 2007, 14:19

Helen says:

'allo mol!


That is very much a mud slick. Even mud slicks can be beautiful.

26th Jun 2007, 14:42

taniwha says:

The weirdest thing about Glastonbury (and maybe one of the coolest things about it) is that it seems to be a moaning-free zone. Elsewhere in the UK peope will moan about the weather, the state of the roads and other people but when it comes to rainy, muddy-grounded and weirdee-folkee Glastonbury it adds up to its charm. It's like a little pocket of enchantment.

26th Jun 2007, 14:48

molly says:

You sort of forget about the rest of the world, don't you? WIthin 5 minutes, being encased in mud becomes so normal that by Monday, when you encounter clean people on the train, you can't imagine how they do it. Or why.

That said, I've been to rainy Glastonburys and sunny ones and the sunny ones are much easier!

27th Jun 2007, 11:22

kel says:

Best sunset of the festival. I loved Arcade Fire, was totally converted to them.

27th Jun 2007, 13:28