Whether you’re a Harry Potter fan or just a fan of people devoting countless hours to ultimately meaningless but very cool-looking causes (got my attention!), you should check out this photo of a gigantic Harry Potter corn maze grown by a farmer in York, England:
The maze is made up of more than 1 million living corn plants, and each Harry Potter image contains subtle, intentional differences, making this officially the world’s largest “Spot The Differences” game. Because JUST growing a massive million-plant Harry Potter corn maze that wasn’t also another massive game you can only play from helicopters would’ve been for Harry Potter amateurs.
That’s not a magic spell, that’s just what I say when I am impressed by corn, which is not often (unless it’s the band because then it’s ALWAYS). Almost as impressive as this one.
And if you want to virtually high-five the creator, here’s a photo of the farmer, Tom Pearsy, obviously: