About our Photographic Enlargements: Each 10 x 15 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 2019 season for you to choose from.
History & Connections: Pepperbox Hill is an old haunt for the circle-makers, with two formations appearing in 1990 and three in 1991
Images and information about these early circles can be found in the following publications: The Latest Evidence by Pat Delgado & Colin Andrews 1991 (Pages 62-63) & Crop Circles: Conclusive Evidence by Pat Delgado 1992 (pages 16-18)
Design & Symbolism: This crop circle is a six-armed design based on linked circles. Its wavy lines give it a natural feel, rather than a strictly geometric construction – although the underlying geometry will most probably show that it has a logical geometric blueprint. More of this when I have drawn it. As six is the most ubiquitous number used in the geometry of the circles, you will have no doubt heard me describe in some detail the properties, function and characteristics of six-ness many times! So I won’t repeat myself here. However, it is an interesting coincidence to note that the Folly at Pepperbox Hill is itself hexagonal in design.