|Crop circle, Littleton, Winchester 3rd June 2019|
There is added fascination for me in that the area where I live in Hampshire appears to be the epicentre of crop circle activity. Lucy Pringle's book pictures them in Chilbolton (next to the radio telescope), and many nearby in Wiltshire. In fact, one of her observations is that they appear in places of known power and significance, which encourages those who believe that their origin must be extra-terrestrial.
|The 'Stonehenge Fractal' (1996) - one of the very few formations to have appeared during daylight hours.|
|A crop circle known as 'Ribbons' appeared opposite Stonehenge on 4th July 2002|
|Crop circle in Froxfield, Wiltshire (22nd July 2003). This herringbone lay of the wheat is most unusual. No seed heads have been damaged in the process, a feature of all genuine crop circles.|
|The extraordinary formation at the Chilbolton Observatory (14th August 2001) is apparently in the form of a computer chip.|
|Crop circle at Hackpen Hill, Wiltshire (4th July 1999). The farmer reported that when he sprayed the field the day before, there was no formation. (The blurred area at the top right is caused by me removing some writing from photo).|
|Crop circle near Avebury, Wiltshire (29th July 1996)|