Monday, 1 August 2011

Crop circle evolution

The artists have gotten better.
"Formations usually are made overnight, but have also been made during the day. The most widely known method for a person or group to construct a crop formation is to tie one end of a rope to an anchor point, and the other end to a board which is used to crush the plants. More recent methods include the use of a lawn roller.        Some crop formations are paid for by companies who use them as advertising".
A 780 ft crop circle in the form of a double (six-sided) triskelion 
composed of 409 circles. Location: Milk Hill (England), 2001

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