Have you ever loved your football team so much that you felt the urge to carve 328ft-high letters of its initials into a hill? Well, one Liverpool supporter was so compelled to let the world know just how much he adores the Reds by doing exactly that.
The artist behind the pretty remarkable creation is yet to identify himself, but the impressive engravings – spelling out LFC – were spotted on the north side of Titterstone Clee Hill in a field on the Shropshire Hills on Tuesday morning, and apparently appeared mysteriously overnight, as per the Mirror.
The main image above was captured by the Ordnance Survey’s flying unit, showing that the huge letters each manage to top 100 metres in size.
Of course, as yet, nobody knows exactly how the letters were created but it must’ve been done using some sort of industrial farming equipment.
By any chance, do you know the person responsible for this work of art? We’d love to speak to them!