Giant Land Art To Celebrate The Queen's Jubilee
A giant land art to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee has been created in a Haworth field in Yorkshire.
The 60m long land art which has been produced by the Fields of Vision team and local volunteers this week features her majesty and two of her guardsmen.
The inspiration for this came from three local organisations, two of which the Queen is the patron (Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice and Worth Valley Young Farmers Club) and the third, Wyedean of Haworth who have been making the accoutrement for the queen's guards uniforms throughout her 70 year reign.
The land art is viewable from the ground at a set viewing point between Haworth and Oxenhope.