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Longest Day Of The Year Brings Out The Freaks (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

06/21/2013 03:50 EDT | Updated 06/21/2013 03:53 EDT

The only thing as predictable as the summer solstice is that the freaks will come it droves to celebrate the longest day of the year.

At Stonehenge, an assortment of hippies, druids, pagans and, well, freaks gathers each June for the solstice, where they blow bubbles, put flowers in their hair and generally act super weird. This year was no exception.

See a selection of the best photos of the solstice eccentrics at Stonehenge, and elsewhere, in the slideshow below. Our favourite? The guy named Arthur Uther Pendragon. You can't make this stuff up.

Best Summer Solstice Photos Of 2013