Sunday, April 12, 2020

A crumb from Staunton-on-Wye, Herefordshire, England

A talented farmer named Jack Pantall, 33, has created a heartwarming tribute to the British National Health System by ploughing a giant rainbow into one of his fields. He used an aerial drone camera connected to his phone to map the huge image of the NHS logo and the "Stay Safe" rainbow in appreciation for Britain's healthcare workers.

The massive image on his farm near Staunton-on-Wye measures 199 feet by 500 feet.  He also captured drone footage of himself creating the masterpiece, which took only 16 minutes to complete. The father-of-two wanted to show support for all the NHS  heroes (think "Medicare for All"), particularly since his 31-old-brother Harry is a paramedic and his sister-in-law is a doctor.

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