Late spring ushers in the first crop circles of the season and, more often than not, they first appear in the dense medium of oil seed rape plants.
At time of writing two such circles have been reported, the first appearing at Hill Barn, close to East Kennett, Wiltshire (reported to the Crop Circle Connector on 6 May). The design features a pentagon inscribed within a circle, and five complementary satellites. The Croppie loves this photograph by the Crop Circle Connector showcasing the natural beauty of the landscape between Marlborough and Avebury.
Another fantastic photo accompanies the second circle. Reported 20 May, the Henge Shop‘s Philippe Ullens appears to have found a small ringed circle on the Green Street track not too far from Avebury. There’s something breathtakingly pure about formations which discreetly rest within the landscape.
If you’re struggling to locate the circle you can find it in the yellow field to the right of the track.
More crop circles as and when they appear.