Glastonbury is a small town on the Somerset Levels, known for its abbey, along with new age/pagan links. It's full of unique shops, spiritual healers, and a number of myths surrounding Joseph of Arimathea, King Arthur and of course the Holy Grail. It's said that Joseph of Arimathea had a staff, which he placed in the ground. This then flowered in to the Glastonbury 'Holy' Thorn.
Of course, as with many items relating to British history this no longer exists. It was set on fire by superstitious Cromwellians in the civil war. They replaced it and in 2010 someone thought it would be fun to cut the branches off. This was headline news in Somerset, believe me.
Glastonbury is also famous for the festival, which isn't actually in Glastonbury, but Pilton.
It's also a nice walk for a sunny day! We headed up the path, past the Chalice Well and in to the fields.
I had the chance to play around with my D3300 some more as well, slowly getting the hang of the manual settings!
If you're heading to the festival this year, it's well worth a visit on your way through/past!