Milk Hill, nr Stanton St. Bernard, Wiltshire
The fields above and below Milk Hill have been host to an enormous amount of iconic and famous crop circles over the years. One of the fields on top of the hill was the location of the Milk Hill Galaxy Spiral formation of 2001 – one of the most famous crop circles of all time.
Visiting: Please note that the farmer is not allowing visitors without his express permission.
This new circle in 2017 lies in one of the fields below the hill and is in barley crop. It measures approximately 180-190ft in diameter. The design is four-fold in nature, an equal-armed cross with a extra design component on one of the arms. The circle is beautifully made, the sweep of the crop in the interior is stunning.
Four-armed crosses/stars have been seen before, some equal-armed, some more like crucifixes. Four is the number of Material Reality, matter, or Mother Substance. The conical-like shape on one of the arms is rather enigmatic – as is the meaning of this circle – should it have one.
Photographic Enlargements: are now available of many of the 2017 crop circles click here to see our fantastic range.
Visiting the Circles? If you are thinking of visiting any crop circles this summer, please read our Visiting the Crop Circles section. It’s full of useful information and etiquette for visiting the countryside and the crop circles. Please remember that you should not enter any fields without the express permission of the farmer.
Please Help to keep us Flying in 2017: If you have enjoyed looking at our pictures and information please consider making a small donation to keep us flying. There are so few of us left regularly recording the circles it’s really important that we continue. And while some now use drones to record the circles, it is important that there are still images taken from aircraft where the best quality camera equipment can be used and images that include the broad vista of the landscape can be taken. This kind of photography is expensive and it gets harder with each passing year to raise the funds we need to continue our work, but if everyone who regularly looked at this website made a small donation we would meet the funds we need. You can make a donation here. You could also purchase a photo print of this circle here.
NOTE: Some of the images below are beautiful landscape scenes. Click on each image to enlarge them and see the whole picture.
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Karen currently has a section of her original paintings (from 2017) for sale. Click here to see the paintings available.