Roundway Hill, nr Devizes, Wiltshire

One of the most enigmatic crop circles of the summer, this design has no readily apparent geometry, but is rather a series of pathways diverging from a central circle. Each pathway is unique and as a fellow researcher pointed out to me, most only allow for one person to walk the pathway at a time. The spiral is clearly reminiscent of the one in the Hackpen Hill ‘Man-in-the-moon’ formation earlier in the year, there also appears to be a strange maze on the end of one pathway.

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There are no drawings of this formation.

Date

30/07/2014

Date

Crop

Wheat

Date

Visiting

This crop circle has been harvested

Further Reading

Find out more about this crop circle on the websites below:

michael-glickman

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crop-circle-cyclist

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