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.
Six of the Best Photo Print Set Includes:
Stonehenge, Wiltshire, 7th July 1996,Wheat.
Perhaps the most famous circle of the summer appeared close to Stonehenge and was in the shape of a ‘Julia Set’ fractal. 151 circles along a 915ft spiral astonished the world and was reputedly visited by tens of thousands of curious people from all over the globe.
Picked Hill, Wiltshire | 13th August 2000 | Wheat.
The magnificent finale at Picked Hill in Alton Priors – a gigantic and majestic mandala expressing ‘Pi’ as 44 circles and 14 concentric rings!
Milk Hill, Wiltshire,12th August 2001, Wheat.
The world famous ‘Milk Hill Galaxy Spiral’, The Milk Hill Galaxy Spiral was a huge spiral with 6 connecting arms, made from 409 individual circles! It measured a whopping 1000ft (approx.) in diameter. It is the largest geometrically complex formation of all time.
Sparsholt Nr Winchester, Hampshire | 15th August 2002 | Wheat.
The incredible Sparsholt ‘Alien Face and Disc’. The circle at Crooked Soley showed a DNA helix in a ring around a central standing circle, and was filled with fabulous magical and sacred numbers. The Alien Face and disc contained this enigmatic message: “Beware the bearers of false gifts and their broken promises. Much pain, but still time. Believe. There is still good out there. We oppose deception.” It remains one of the best know crop circles of all time.
Crooked Soley, Berkshire | 28th August 2002 | Wheat.
The stunning and unsurpassed Crooked Soley ‘DNA’ circle. The circle at Crooked Soley showed a DNA helix in a ring around a central standing circle, and was filled with fabulous magical and sacred numbers.
Silbury Hill, Wiltshire | 2nd August 2004 | Wheat
The gigantic and stunning Greco/Egyptian mandala at Silbury Hill.