Here’s what the Glastonbury site looks like as festival takes a break for 2018

It's looking rather peaceful...

Glastonbury Festival’s Emily Eavis has shared a photo of the Worthy Farm site – and it’s all rather different to how it usually appears at this time of year.

With the iconic festival taking a year out in 2018, Worthy Farm is looking decidedly less busy and serving its day-to-day function as a dairy farm.

The photo shows a herd of cows relaxing in the area surrounding the Pyramid Stage – where the likes of Foo Fighters, Ed Sheeran and Radiohead took the top billing last year.

The cows roam the fields in June! #fallowyear

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The skeleton frame of the Pyramid Stage is also seen in the background, where it functions as a cattle shed.

“The cows roam the fields in June! #fallowyear”, Eavis posted on Instagram.

And while there might not be Glastonbury this year, there’s huge anticipation for its return.

“Lucky cows !! First one last year, devastated for this year, fingers crossed for 2019!!”, one user commented.

Another said: “Nice to see them out and about but I don’t know what to do with myself this year!

“It usually revolves around glasto ticket sales, then pay for the ticket, then go to glasto, then start all over again! Super excited for 2019”

Glastonbury will officially return in 2019. You can find all the information about it here.