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Two Faces of Harry Potter – Spot the Difference

It’s an a-maze-ing farewell: Farmer’s incredible Harry Potter tribute in crop field.

As a final farewell to the world’s best-loved boy wizard, it is truly magical.

Farmer Tom Pearcy painstakingly carved two portraits of Harry Potter into crops of maize plants. The images are 100 metres in length and 50 metres across – although only one has Harry’s famous scar.

The challenge for Potter fans who visit the maze in York is to see if they can spot the very subtle differences between the two crop portraits.

Fantasy fields: Farmer Tom Pearcy has carved Harry Potter into his crops of maize in YorkFantasy fields: Farmer Tom Pearcy has carved Harry Potter into his crops of maize in York

With more than one million plants involved, it is the largest image of Harry Potter ever created, according to Mr Pearcy. The design was hacked out when the plants, which have now grown to 5ft, were only six inches tall.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2013756/Harry-Potter-tribute-carved-crop-fields-York.html#ixzz1fSfMzk00

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