Michael Eavis declared this year's Glastonbury as the muddiest he's ever seen in an interview with The Guardian. In the face of a slurry of mud, Eavis said "there was just thousands of happy people with smiles on their faces despite the adverse conditions. It is extraordinary."
However, today is the day that over 100,000 people must pack up their soggy tents, leave Worthy Farm in Somerset and head back to 'civilisation'. We take a look at photos of the strangely hypnotic aftermath of Glastonbury 2016.