Right, so that's it done and dusted for another four years (or another four weeks if we consider the Election in Colindale). What do we know?
Well here are a few things I've picked up and you can take them with however many pinches of salt you like.
1. Labour sources are confident they've done well in postal votes.
2. Tory sources are far less so.
3. Polling Stations in Labour areas that I checked out seemed busy, tweets seem to back this up.
4. Polling Stations in Tory Areas seemed far less busy. Again tweets seem to back this up.
5. UKIP seem to be conceding they have not done as well as they hoped. One source said "We are just hoping for a good showing now"
6. Lib Dems seem cautiously optimisitic in Childs Hill, less so in Mill Hill and High Barnet.
7. Labour seem very confident in Hale (a key marginal).
8. The colour of the next council is likely to be decided in East Barnet and/Or Childs Hill
9. Labour may have scored a massive own goal targetting Childs Hill Lib Dems. This could undo all the good work elsewhere.
10. Local Tories have admitted that their campaign has been abysmal.
11. Local Labour tell me their cunning plan has worked rather well.
12. Local People seem to have turned up to vote where they thought it mattered and maybe they could engineer a change.
13. Barnet may get its first Green Councillor.
14. I predict Brian Coleman will get less than 600 votes.
None of this is scientific, just my observation from a drive around a few areas I know and chatting to a few activists I saw. The last is purely my gut feeling.