Trodd’s Copse, nr Titchborne, Hampshire

This latest circle at Trodd’s Copse is a real paradox. The centre circle is simply exquisite, a beautiful six-petalled flower (or seed of life) is woven into a basket weave floor lay. The circle is then surrounded by three concentric rings, the inner two of which appear neat and geometric, the outer circle is another matter and appears imperfectly rendered. As you can see from one or more of the images below there was a series of curious standing tufts of crop in the arms of the flower, however, the centre is flat. Normally one sees a standing tuft in the centre of a circle. The formation measured approximately 150ft in diameter and was in a field of wheat.

NOTE: Some of the images below are beautiful landscape scenes. Click on each image to enlarge them and see the whole picture.

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Date

04/08/2014

Date

Crop

Wheat

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Visiting

This crop circle has been harvested

Further Reading

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

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