Glastonbury 2010: Your pictures

We said we wanted your pictures and boy did you send us some! From beautiful sunsets to queueing smurfs, you didn't miss a trick. You even papped Prince Charles! Here are some of your best Glastonbury images
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Photographer Glasto__2009 was blinded by the lights at Glasto 2010!
Photograph: Glasto_2009
Photograph: Glasto_2009/guardian.co.uk
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JohnBownas caught this beautiful shot of a stone circle juggler
Photograph: JohnBownas
Photograph: JohnBownas/guardian.co.uk
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Night-time birthday wishes from pressthebigredbutton
Photograph: pressthebigredbutton
Photograph: pressthebigredbutton/guardian.co.uk
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Don't worry, it's not another flood. It's pressthebigredbutton striking again with this sun-drenched shot from the Green Fields
Photograph: pressthebigredbutton
Photograph: pressthebigredbutton/guardian.co.uk
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It's a hat trick! This time pressthebigredbutton makes Stevie Wonder's set look like a riotous, flame-fuelled rave-up
Photograph: pressthebigredbutton
Photograph: pressthebigredbutton/guardian.co.uk
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hansvrijmoed was responsible for this spectacular shot of two festivalgoers looking out over the Glastonbury site
Photograph: hansvrijmoed/Flickr
Photograph: hansvrijmoed/guardian.co.uk
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'Just look natural and maybe nobody will notice us' (another great hansvrijmoed shot)
Photograph: hansvrijmoed
Photograph: hansvrijmoed/guardian.co.uk
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pandap0p stumbled upon a rather bizarre shop window
Photograph: pandap0p/Flickr
Photograph: pandap0p/guardian.co.uk
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Glugging bottles of red wine? No wonder Seasick Steve gets seasick (thanks Matt Paish 2010)
Photograph: Matt Paish 2010/Flickr
Photograph: Matt Paish 2010/guardian.co.uk
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Nick_Hall captures someone having a real Glastonbury moment Photograph: Nick_Hall/Flickr
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For his next trick, Nick_Hall heads to the dance village to capture the, er, umm, what were these things exactly? Photograph: Nick_Hall/Flickr
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A Glastonbury tribute to the wonderful Frank Sidebottom (RIP), caught beautifully by vonpip Photograph: vonpip/Flickr
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spinkben stops traffic with two zebras crossing the campsite Photograph: spinkben/Flickr
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Another arresting image thanks to MINUEK Photograph: MINUEK/Flickr
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It's lucky nobody ever takes drugs at Glastonbury, otherwise things like this would be really freaky (thanks to MINUEK)
Photograph: MINUEK/Flickr
Photograph: MINUEK/guardian.co.uk
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Stevie Wonder gets out and about in the crowd, as spotted by Markles79
Photograph: Markles79/Flickr
Photograph: Markles79/guardian.co.uk
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You have to at least admire their honesty (and price!). Thanks to Markles79 again for this.
Photograph: Markles79/Flickr
Photograph: Markles79/guardian.co.uk
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Markles79 was on hand once more, this time to catch Vanilla Ice performing
Photograph: Markles79/Flickr
Photograph: Markles79/guardian.co.uk
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Wow, was there anything Markles79 missed? Here's Prince Charles on his way to watch Slash (possibly)
Photograph: Markles79/Flickr
Photograph: Markles79/guardian.co.uk
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Later on, Stevie Wonder was rumoured to have made a guest appearance during Michael Eavis's headline Glastonbury set (thanks to Xabi_Alonso_Rebound for this)
Photograph: Xabi_Alonso_Rebound/Flickr
Photograph: Xabi_Alonso_Rebound/guardian.co.uk
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And finally ... it's time to head for bed. Thanks to Kt-lou and all our other photographers for their wonderful images Photograph: Kt-lou/Flickr

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