Trimming Longleat's Hedge Maze, Wiltshire, England
Overwhelmed by the task ahead, we look down from a high viewpoint, an estate worker wearing blue overalls stands on tall stepladders to trim the famous Longleat Hedge Maze with electric clippers. Made up of more than 16,000 English Yews, Longleat's spectacular hedge maze - the world's largest - was first laid out in 1975 by the designer Greg Bright. The Maze covers an area of around 1.48 acres (0.6 hectares) with a total pathway length of 1.69 miles (2.72 kilometres). Unlike most other conventional mazes it's actually three-dimensional.
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