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Recording the Crop Circles for over 20 years

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Hackpen Hill circle now open to public

Visit the Hackpen Hill circle: The Hackpen Hill crop circle is now open to visitors 9am Р9pm. A donation of £3 will be asked for by the side of the field with monies going to a Swindon cancer charity. Many thanks to the farmer for his generosity in welcoming visitors and all those making this possible. Read...

Keysley Down Images

New Images: We new have new images of the circle at Keysley Down with information and commentary… Read...

Hackpen Hill Images

New Images: We new have stunning new images of the circle at Hackpen Hill with information and commentary… Read...

What are Crop Circles?

Crop Circles are geometric patterns that appear mysteriously in crop fields. Read more

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About Temporary Temples

Steve Alexander has been photographing the crop circles for twenty years. During that time he and Karen have provided an important service to the crop circle world by supplying professional quality photographic imagery of the circles to researchers, the media and the general public. Since 1999 they have produced an annual Year Book showcasing the very best formations of each year along with a written commentary researched by Karen Alexander. The Crop Circle Year Book books are beautifully produced and they contain some of the best crop circle photography you will find anywhere. You can read more about Steve and Karen here.

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