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Guest Photography by: James Beeson
An exhilarating helicopter ride over the 2011 crop circles!
Unlike the frenzy of the past few years, and almost in an act of defiance against all the certainty and expectation professed by the crop circle world, the 2011 crop circle season started slowly and irregularly. It was if the crop circle phenomenon was struggling to manifest itself fully, as small, simple and asymmetrical formations arrived in the heavily fecund fields of oilseed rape and barley. While this seemed to distress some, for the more seasoned crop circle watcher this was a fascinating phase. All certitude, established rules and presumptions were being torn up by a kind of quiet anarchy in which the crop circles themselves seemed quelled and suppressed.
However, the crop circle phenomenon is nothing if not tenacious and by July, it seemed, that it was beginning to find a way to manifest itself more fully. Whatever the obstructions had been, the persistent march of the crop circles seemed to be winning their way through the temporarily occluded veil. The beautiful Trefoil under the White Horse in Alton Barnes signalled the beginning of a series of stunning formations that raced through to the end of the season. Amongst the highlights were a City of Pyramids that appeared close to Silbury Hill, a magnificent Rose Window at Temple Balsall, a Serotonin Flower at Roundway Hill and finally a stunning Penteract, or five-dimensional Hypercube, at Cherhill.
Our 2011 film of the crop circles is quite different to our previous productions. Using many different photographic techniques, we filled it with texture, colour and light in order to capture and convey the very special atmosphere and feeling of the season. We have married together super sharp video with old film stock and other visual effects to create a film that reflects the mythical and folkloric nature of the Wiltshire landscape and the magical crop circles. The film captures not just the circles but also the ancient landscape, the wild flowers, the crops, the sky, the stones and the people. Set to an atmospheric soundtrack this film will transport you to another place and time and take you from your armchair right into the middle of the altered landscape of the 2011 season!