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Crop Circles

whirlpools vortices of nested crescents 22 23 These three large circles show the versatility and economy of the Circlemakers design strategies. Woodford is made simply of concentric circles and rings though the resulting proportions, based on the Golden Mean, are very satisfying. Olivers Castle and East Meon are formed entirely of circle based elements which create patterns of nested crescents. Both were masterpieces of siting in the landscape, Olivers Castle at the foot of a dramatic escarpment and East Meon beautifully positioned in a hidden treeframed field. For many, 200 foot diameter East Meon, with its finely shaped crescents, its feminine spirit and its delicate lay became an exemplar of what the crop circles might achieve. At their ends the crescents narrowed to a delicate and transparent veil of wheat. East Meon, mid July 1995 Woodford, 7th August 1991 Olivers Castle, 27th July1994 Below Hazel Down, 27th July 1994
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