For the past two decades, hiding in plain site, ten acres of woodland has been slowly created and transformed into an ever-changing organic art installation.
The Whispering Knights project which abuts the Whispering Knights burial tomb and the Rollright Stones started life is the brainchild of owner Stephen Cohen.
Mr Cohen said: “This is a wood that is now 21 years old which I planted on a bare field.
“As we started to thin – you have to because if it is unthinned the trees are too close together – you get a lot of brash and logs.
“The idea was instead of leaving it on the ground to rot we would make some structures.”
The structures alluded to, consist of sweeping, never-ending circles, bramble and brash balls and enclosed wooden hideaways.
Karl Gunter, the architect of many of the larger structures, said of the one pictured above: “This is a meditation spiral. In some Thai Chi forms you have 360 degree movement one way and 360 degree movement the other.
“This achieves the same thing,” he added.
The woods structures will be open to the public in May during Oxfordshire Art Weeks.
Mr Cohen said: “Basically we enjoy creating these structures and if other people like them too then that’s great.”