Bratton Camp & Westbury White Horse, Wiltshire
Bratton Camp is a large Iron Age hill fort which sits on the top of Bratton Down at the western edge of the Salisbury Downs. The views from the top of this hill are magnificent and it’s popular with paraglider, walkers and kite flyers. The Westbury White horse sits on the eastern side of the hill and is approximately 400 years old, unlike the many other such horses in the Wiltshire landscape this one has had its original chalk covered with painted concrete to keep its appearance and shape. It is a strikingly beautiful location for crop circles, and there have been several around Bratton Camp in years past, this one lies not directly beneath the White Horse, but to the North of the horse. You can read more about the area here.
The circle is a very pretty six-fold flower with unusually shaped petals which are then decorated with parabolic net-like patterns. The centre contains a particularly fine standing ring, complete with off centre swirled crop.
FYI: This formation features in our 2016 Crop Circle Photo Box-Set and you can see a section of 10 x 15 inch Photo Enlargements from this season here and 20 x 30 inch Photo Enlargements here. This formation also features in our Crop Circle Calendar 2017 and our Crop Circle Year Book 2016. Every sale helps us continue our work!
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NOTE: Some of the images below are beautiful landscape scenes. Click on each image to enlarge them and see the whole picture.
This is a very attractive six-fold flower, with delicate net-shaped designs on each petal. Check back for drawings as I have them.
This crop circle has now been harvested