Unable to attend his aunt's funeral due to covid lockdown, a farmer in Australia decided to pay tribute with the help of his sheep.
After two years of battling cancer, Ben Jackson's aunt passed away in Brisbane, Australia. Unfortunately, Jackson wasn't able to attend the funeral as he was 200 miles away in Guyra, New South Wales, and travel was restricted due to the coronavirus lockdown in the country.
So Jackson laid out grain by hand in the shape of a giant heart, and then set out his hungry sheep to do the rest of the "sheep art" work. He captured his flock of sheep forming the heart by using a drone.
"I just hope that when I did it, she was having a peep through the clouds and was able to see it," Jackson said to 7News in Sydney.