About this Premier Print: We have had the original medium format transparency of the Milk Hill formation professionally scanned to produce a very high quality image of this special event in crop circle history. This is probably Steve’s most famous shot of the crop circles. This image has been used many times in the media.
Fujicolor Crystal Archive Digital paper Type DP II is a silver halide colour paper with a thicker base and high stiffness, designed exclusively for digital printing. This paper yields high-image-quality digital prints. It has the highest level of image stability, so it is ideal for display purposes for this special crop circle event.
Milk Hill 2001: One of the largest crop circles of all time! The amazing Milk Hill ‘Galaxy Spiral’ measured a staggering 900ft across and contained four-hundred and nine individual circles ranging from 70ft in diameter to just a foot across.This large photo shows the formation in all its glory in the Wiltshire landscape. It’s one of the most popular pictures in our library.
This image shows the crop circle in its attending landscape captures the atmosphere, mood and power of the formation while it remained in the field.