Finding Dory - in a West Sussex maize maze
A farmer has transformed his eight-acre field of maize plants into a giant piece of land art inspired by the new animated movie Finding Dory.
Stuart Beare's field at Tulleys Farm, near Turners Hill, West Sussex, has been cut into a maze of pathways stretching four miles.
When viewed from the air, people can recognise characters Dory and Nemo from the Finding Dory film, which is released in the UK later this month.
Mr Beare said: "My eight-year-old daughter Ella adores the Finding Nemo films, and when she heard the new Finding Dory film was due out this summer, she begged me to design a maize maze as tribute."
This is the 19th year that a maze has been created at Tulleys Farm. Previous designs have included a native American, an owl, a dinosaur and a sea monster.
The maze opens daily to visitors from July 23 to September 4, when the maize will be harvested.
Finding Dory is the sequel to the hit 2003 Pixar movie Finding Nemo, and stars Ellen DeGeneres as the forgetful fish in the title.