More than 24,000 people gathered at Stonehenge this year to celebrate the summer solstice.
Participants include druids, hedonists and hippies and each celebrates the event in his or her own way.
The party begins the night before and goes on well into the morning.
The event is also a chance for friends and like-minded people to meet and catch up.
The 5,000-year old site is in the race to become one of the new Seven Wonders of the World.
Dawn broke at 0458 BST on 21 June, marking the longest day of the year.
The cloudy conditions meant the sunrise was not as spectacular as it has been in some previous years.
The sunrise is often accompanied by whooping and cheering and drumming.
English Heritage said there were about 4,000 more visitors than they had predicted.
After the solstice, some of the celebrants were heading off to the Glastonbury Festival in Somerset.