Hackpen Hill, nr Broad Hinton, Wiltshire.
There has already been one formation at Hackpen Hill this season (see the first on here). This second formation lies below the Ridgeway on the other side of the road from the chalk horse on the side of the escarpment. It is another formation to employ six-fold geometry and seems to marry circles and triangles – the relationship between unity and trinity. The formation measures approximately 120ft in diameter and is in a field of wheat.
The farmer has opened this field to visitors and is charging £3.00 per person with money going to the Brighter Futures cancer charity. You pay your money before entry to the field. Park at the top of Hackpen Hill, where the Ridgeway intersects the road, then walk down the road and you will see the circle in the the field – you pay your money on the opposite side of the road at the collection point – thanks.
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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 Crop Circle Year Book 2016. Every sale helps us continue our work!
NOTE: Some of the images below are beautiful landscape scenes. Click on each image to enlarge them and see the whole picture.
Once again six is the number at play in this formation, and perhaps a little one-point projection making the three tower-like structures (in fine lines) look as if the are emanating from the centre of the formation. Six is the most frequently seen number in crop circle geometry. This will make a great drawing – check back for updates…
This crop circle has been harvested