Wilton Windmill, Wilton, Wilts.
This pretty little formation appeared in a field by the side of the windmill at Wilton. It has been suggested that the pattern is made from two mirrored Golden Section spirals to create the heart-shape. One of the novel things about this formation is the strange ‘smile’ shape in the laid crop – it seems the trickster element of this phenomenon is ever with us!
You can read more about Wilton Windmill on their website. It is fully working windmill, is open to visitors and makes a lovely day out. The Windmill hosts a number of events for visitors throughout the year – see website link above for ll the details.
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 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 rather pretty formation contains two mirrored golden section spirals to form the heart-shape of the design. Until I have some drawings – see two formations of note that have appeared beside Wilton Windmill.
This crop circle has been harvested