More than 18,000 partygoers gathered at the ancient stone circle of Stonehenge to celebrate the longest day of the year by watching the sun come up on Tuesday morning.
The longest day is known as the summer solstice. It wasn't that summery though - clouds blocked out the sunrise.
The sunrise is significant for pagans and druids, who mark it with religious ceremonies. Here's chief druid Arthur Pendragon.
Lots of people wanted to be close to the stones. Stonehenge in Wiltshire has been standing for thousands of years, but nobody really knows what it's doing there.
Here's nine-month-old Jasmine, from Portsmouth, touching one of the stones. Stonehenge is a world heritage site.
Nice mask! Police said the celebrations had passed quite peacefully with 20 arrests.