Found on Flickr. Taken by Hobart photographer Andrew Skeggs who says “I am happy to live in a world where people do this kind of thing.”
And regular contributor Peter Daalder managed to get a photograph before the flags disappeared.
An enterprising Northern Midlands farmer has built a giant grass castle out of hay bales.
Philip Osborne builds a hay bale structure each year at fairfield near Epping forest on the Midlands Highway.
Last year Mr Osborne, in his fifties, made a straw version of the ancient Stonehenge, called Hayhenge which proved popular with passing motorists.
The farmer uses a loader to put each 300kg bale in place based on a sketch made by his wife Louise.
‘I do it for my own amusement,’ Mr Osborne said.
‘Farmers are miserable sods but we do have a lighter side.’
(Via The Mercury)
Here’s his version of Stonehenge which kept Midlands Highway motorists amused last year.
Photograph: Maria Fletcher