Figsbury Ring, nr Firsdown, Wiltshire
This huge formation was placed just south of Figsbury Ring hill fort, close to Salisbury in Wiltshire. It measures upwards of 300ft in diameter and is in a field of maturing wheat. The design is extremely crisp and the whole formation is beautifully symmetrical. The formation has caused a stir in some circles as the design seems quite contrived or even comical, while others have connected it to Bastet the Ancient Egyptian cat Goddess – as this feline seems to have a sun disc above its head. You can read more about Figsbury Ring here.
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This formation is interesting not least for its 34 ‘feathers’ around the formation. It will be interesting to draw! Check back for images as I have them…