You've probably seen designs in cornfields created by farmers, but have you ever seen a lumberjack get creative with a forest?

Bill Lockner, a forest engineer, created the 'Minnesota Forest' back in the early 90s. According to atlasobscura.com, he was clearing a huge area of dying pine trees in northern Minnesota, when he decided to have a little fun. He removed all of the dying trees and left a healthy forest in the shape of our state.

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Pretty cool, right?

This area has become quite popular on Google Maps. You can view the satellite image from above the forest here.

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