At first glance, it could be the courtly maze of an English country manor - albeit with some rather large gaps.
But a tech-savvy eye will instantly see the green design for what it is - a massive QR code.
These high-tech barcodes are hugely popular in China as a way to make cashless payments on a smartphone.
Xilinshui village, in the northern Hebei province, has created one from trees in a bid to raise its profile.
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