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It looks like people are responding to the sad end of Pottermania in different ways. While some are gearing up in costumes and lining up for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, certain creative people, like Top Pearcy, a farmer in York, England, has decided to display his love for Harry Potter with artistic prowess. Behold...the Harry Potter crop circle. It is NOT a hoax, Harry Potter fans!
This amazing Harry Potter tribute is literally a maze made from his corn fields, designed to look like two identical Harry Potter visages. Not only is this an amazing Harry Potter feat, but the sheer size of the maze (made from over one million corn stalks) makes this one of the largest mazes in the world.
The picture you see is the birds-eye view of the maze; as you can see, there are two Harry Potter faces...with subtle differences. Can you spot the differences? Be sure to tell us in the comments, and we may award some House points! We spot at least two obvious ones, not to mention more subtle variations...