About the Crop Circle Photo Set 2012: The 2012 crop circle photo set contains a large selection of images from the earliest parts of the 2012 season through to its thrilling climax in August: From the first twelve-petalled flower circle at Lurkley Hill in April through to the enormous and elaborate cube below Hackpen Hill in August. Season highlights include; the impressive Polar Clock at Manton, the gigantic serpent under Adam’s Grave, the three stages of the Heavenly City at Stanton St. Bernard, both stages of the circle and triangle at Liddington Castle, the beautiful six-fold star at Corley, the strange but compelling East Kennet formation (which broke every design rule), the fantastic Etchilhampton formation like a string of gigantic pearls, the Ogborne Down formation set in a field carpeted with delicate scarlet poppies, the three nested serpents at Avebury and the graceful Milk Hill rose. Also featured are the amazing Cheesefoot Head formation containing 64 unbroken knots, and the Wappenbury formation with its dazzling flurry of many sized circles plus many, many more…
Arrange the photos into date order, location, crop type, design type or any other classification to aid your thinking. Use as flash cards, frame them for your walls or simply put them on your coffee table as a talking-point!
This photo set no longer comes boxed.
The 2012 set contains 45 full-colour photographic images. Each measures 7 x 5 inches and has a white border and gloss finish with date, location and crop type detailed on the reverse.
Note: the photo CD is no longer available.
Box dimensions: 9 x 6 3/4 x 1 3/4 inches (13 cms x 16 cms x 4.2 cms)