1998 Crop CirclesCrop Circles photographed in 1998
Welcome to the 1998 Image Gallery
1998 was busy and varied year for the crop circles, from designs in grass, to the spectacular season finale at Tawsmead Copse. Of note that year was the terrific ‘Celtic Sun Wheel’ at West Kennet in the yellow of an oilseed rape (canola) field, then several pentagram formations at Avebury Trusloe, Dadford (in Northamptonshire ), and at Beckhampton, the latter two being double pentagrams. There was a huge fractalesque formation in East Field, Alton Barnes that summer, which for a while held the record the largest area of flattened crop in a crop circle. It was also distinguished for its rare and hugely symbolic seven-fold geometry. The summer ended with another gigantic seven-fold formation at Tawsmead copse. One of our fondest crop circle memories is of sitting in that magnificent crop circle getting close to sunset. The images we took that evening are included in this gallery. For this new website we have gone back through our archive, and painstakingly scanned and cleaned up many of our images to share with you for the first time – we hope you enjoy them!
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NOTE: Some of the images in this gallery are beautiful landscape scenes. Click on each image to enlarge them and see the whole picture.