36 ultra hi-res photos taken with two Hasselblad cameras at this year's Glastonbury Festival in England were stitched together to create a 1.3-gigapixel image. Of the 70,000 people captured, over 7,000 dirty revellers have tagged themselves on Facebook.

36 ultra hi-res photos taken with two Hasselblad cameras at this year's Glastonbury Festival in England were stitched together to create a 1.3-gigapixel image. Of the 70,000 people captured, over 7,000 dirty revellers have tagged themselves on Facebook.

The Guinness World Records™ have confirmed that Glastonbury Festival’s 2010 communications partner, Orange, has succeeded in setting the new world record for the Most People Tagged in an Online Photo.

The photograph, which was taken to celebrate the festival’s 40th anniversary, took place at the famous Pyramid Stage during half-time in the England vs Slovenia World Cup match on the first day of the event. VIA Orange Newsroom

Facebook users are still tagging themselves. If you were there and haven’t tagged yourself go here it is not too late to be part of the record.