Jāņi is an annual Latvian festival celebrating the summer solstice. Although the solstice usually falls on 21 or 22 June, the public holidays—Līgo Day and Jāņi Day - are on 23 and 24 June. Jāņi was originally a festival for pagan farmers that existed long before the arrival of Christianity and the traditions of the festival remain immensely popular to this day.
I love this time of the year when you can visit herbal markets to buy some wild flowers or wreaths made of them, to listen traditional songs at multiple concerts all over Latvia, to learn how to celebrate summer solstice traditionally, or to take part in many other similar activities. That's why I made a series of images briefly based on some of Jāņi traditions.