A huge maze has been cut in an eight-acre (3.24 hectare) field of maize at Ansty Pick Your Own near Salisbury in Wiltshire, as a thank you to the NHS.
Owner, Karren Price, said: "We designed it with social distancing in mind.
"Normally there are loads of dead ends and places to get lost but we have done one continuous loop this year, which means you have to walk the entire eight-acre maze."
She said despite uncertainty over lockdown restrictions, they had "decided to take the chance”.
"It was obvious to us to dedicate it to the NHS and show our appreciation in the only way we knew how," she said.
"Build them an eight-acre thank you."
On Sunday, people are being encouraged to celebrate the NHS's 72nd birthday and thank key workers for their support during the coronavirus pandemic with a nationwide clap next month.