This enormous land portrait of a girl in Belfast, Northern Ireland was created using sand, soil, grass and stones on an 11-acre site. It took artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada and his team of volunteers an incredible 2,000 tons of soil, 2,000 tons of sand, 30,000 wooden stakes and one month of work.
It was unveiled as part of the Belfast Festival back in October and will remain on display until December.
More amazing land art from Rodriguez-Gerada.
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