Seriously, what better way is there to immortalize your favorite flick than with a corn maze? We're not the only ones who think so. When York farmer Tom Pearsy was deliberating how to express his love for the hero of the Harry Potter films and books, he took to the field.
This week Pearsy created this 150-foot "maize maze" out of over one million plants across not one, but two (two!) of his cornfields. Together, the subtly different portraits make up one big game of I spy, and are the largest of their kind in Europe. Pretty impressive, Tom.
But the big winner here is Mr. Harry Potter himself. Congratulations, Daniel Radcliffe, on the success of all your hopes and dreams!