Around 21,000 revellers have watched the sun come up at the ancient site Stonehenge to celebrate the longest day of the year - the summer solstice.
The 5,000-year-old stone circle was open to the public. In previous years, it has remained closed because of fear of damage to the stones.
The reason for Stonehenge has puzzled historians for centuries, but some think it was a temple to the sun.
People danced and music was played as the sun rose at around 5am on Monday.