It is perhaps little known that the beautiful county of Wiltshire, famed for Stonehenge and the white horses carved into its hills, is the most active area for crop circles in the world, with nearly 70 appearing in its fields in
This complex crop circle is intended to be long-lasting. Artists construct these designs by flattening patches of crops around the figure they want to appear. A lot of mathematical analysis is also used to construct the incredibly complex formations,
For the Birds Credit: public domain This design of three flying birds was created on Aug. in the county of Wiltshire in southern England. The birds, which resemble swallows, have ever-diminishing circles trailing behind their wing tips.