About 13,000 people watched the sunrise at Stonehenge on Wednesday morning, on the longest day of the year.
The sun rose at the historic monument in Wiltshire at 04:52 BST.
English Heritage opens the site up every year for the solstice, giving people a rare chance to get up close to the monument.
Armed police were on patrol, and extra security measures were put in place following the recent terrorist attacks in London and Manchester.
The site’s general manager, Jennifer Davies, said she was “delighted” so many people celebrated the longest day of the year at Stonehenge.
Pictures from the Press Association.