About the Crop Circle Year Book 2007:
From the brightest quicksilver to the palest lace-agate blue, from the darkest sapphire to the hardest steel, the skies of 2007 were mercurial in temperament and complexion. Ghostly clouds billowed into the heavens, system after system, front upon front, bringing heavy gun-grey curtains of rainfall and towering skyscraper storm clouds, thunder and lightning. Never had we seen or experienced a summer like it; gone were the pleasant warm summer days where azure skies met fields of emerald wheat and barley. Instead, pastureland and meadow welled up, then flooded, with the torrential tears of the heavens. If a sign were ever needed that times are changing, this summer seemed to mark the sad passing of one age to another, where the idyllic, innocent and peaceful finally came face to face with the unpredictable, the chaotic and the extreme. Yet, still the crop circles came. In a strange parallel to the drama in the skies, the circles continued their persistent march across our fields; like the clouds, they came in such numbers and with such intensity and power, we were left in no doubt of the import and urgency of their intent. This book combines inspirational aerial photography with though provoking text to create a unique book full of the ambience mood and atmosphere of this amazing phenomenon.
About the Crop Circle Year Books:
The crop circle year books are carefully considered, beautifully designed books. Filled with stunning photography, including many full page landscape views of the crop circles along with overheads and detail shots – by Steve Alexander. The photography is accompanied by articles from Karen Alexander and incisive commentary text throughout. Our Year Books are our flagship product. Self published in small numbers (no big publisher or distributors), they come directly from us to you. Printed on satin finish paper, the materials used to produce these books are top quality. The covers are laminated with gold foil titles. Our books are true collectors items, treasured by all those who have them. In fact they are generally considered to be the most important crop circle document of the year. Proceeds from the sales of these books go directly to fund our continuing coverage of the circles.