Driving through the streets of Canada right now, signs of the upcoming federal election on Oct. 19 are literally everywhere, from front yards to storefronts. But you might not expect to see political messages from the air as well.
In a photo taken by aerial photographer Geoff Grenville, of Oakville, Ont., and shared by Postmedia editor and freelance pilot Craig Daniels on Saturday, they showed that some people are willing to go big — very big — with their political beliefs:
The field, which is just west of Brantford, Ont. is owned by farmer John Langs, who told the Brantford Expositor he hoped plenty of people would see it while flying over the town.
"He's the worst prime minister we've ever had," said Langs, who is a retired civil servant, of Stephen Harper.
The "Anything But Conservative" coalition has been a vocal force during this election campaign, showing up at Harper's stops and protesting the current government. Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe also said on Monday he'd be open to a coalition government with anyone but Harper.
According to Langs, the field took 40 minutes to create.
CORRECTION: This story originally stated Craig Daniels took the photo. That information has now been corrected.
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