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Olympic Rings which have been mown into the grass by shire horses, at Richmond Park, in London. The Rings which are approximately 300 meters wide and over 135 meters tall, are visible on the Heathrow flight path, ready to welcome athletes and visitors to the London 2012 Games.
The photos were made available July 9 by the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG).
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An aerial view shows Ed McDowell and Andy Moody riding in a carriage pulled by the Shire horse team of Jim and Murcock, as they cut grass to form Olympic Rings in Richmond Park on July 9, in London.
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