Mobile phone network Orange uses image from Glastonbury

Published on Fri Jun 4, 2010 by

An image of mine was licenced to Orange mobile phone network for use in an online advertising campaign and competition to win tickets to Glastonbury festival, June 2010. It dates back to the 2008 festival and features the iconic main Pyramid Stage, with legend Neil Diamond, playing the 'oldies Sunday afternoon' set. It is one of my favourite festival images as I just love the flags and the crowds - obviously the couple of the left of the image completely make it. Really nice start to the festival season, this commercial sale, definately covering my costs for a couple of long weekends away in the tent !

 

Commercial photography by Liverpool photographer David J Colbran

 

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