About our Photographic Enlargements: Each 20 x 30 inch image is printed on glossy photographic paper and is supplied hand-rolled and posted in a strong cardboard tube or is flat-packed to ensure safe delivery. We have chosen a selection of our favourite crop circles from the 2018 season for you to choose from.
Hackpen Hilll 2018:
This photo shows the magnificent crop lay in the centre of the formation!
Location: Hackpen Hill is located along the ancient Ridgeway Path that crosses the Wiltshire landscape. It isn’t an an ancient earthwork, like so many hilltops in the region, but the views from the top are breathtaking. Hackpen White Horse was cut to commemorate the coronation of Queen Victoria in 1838. Although little is known about the origins of the horse it is believed to have been cut by Henry Eatwell, parish clerk of Broad Hinton and also the local publican. The horse measures 90ft by 90ft and is best viewed from the A361 at Broad Hinton. You can read more about the horse here.
Design & Symbolism: This is a very nice 8-fold flower design with a stunning woven floor-lay at its centre. Eight is the number of periodical renewal, as in the musical scale, where when we sound the octave (oct-8) we find ourselves back at the beginning of the scale, but on a different level – reaching beyond our current level. Eight is also the first cubed number – 2 x 2 x 2 = 8, and octagons are often seen in religious design as they marry both the square and the circle to create sacred space. Weaving in the lay of the crop circles always reminds me of the warp and weft of reality, the way all things are woven into the fabric of reality. So here we see pushing new, but resonant boundaries, which then affect the warp and weft of the fabric of reality.