This Is What Crop Circle Tourism Has To Offer!

Have you ever stumbled across images of perfectly executed rings of triangles and diamonds in concentric circles riven into a cornfield? If so, how con you explain them? How did they make you feel?  Care to see some pictures and learn more about them? Take a look at our crop circle slideshow!

#17. Dorset, England

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

Sunser over a crop circle near Sixpenny Handley in Dorset, England.

#16. Dorset, England

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

A young girl exploring a crop circle near Sixpenny Handley in Dorset, England.

#15. Dorset, England

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

A group of Americans on a sacred tour to Glastonbury, performing a ritual in the center of a crop circle in Dorset.

#14. Dorset, England

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

Crop circle enthusiasts laying down for a ritual in Dorset.

#13. Hackpen Hill, Wiltshire

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

An extremely precise crop circle design near Hackpen Hill, Wiltshire.

#12. Hackpen Hill, Wiltshire

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

People exploring a new crop circle near Hackpen Hill, Wiltshire. It was reported on June 23, 2018.

#11. Hackpen Hill, Wiltshire

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

Researcher Monique Klinkenbergh takes soil samples from the crop circles in Hackpen Hill.

#10. Dorset, England

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

A family plays in a crop circle at twilight near Dorset, England.

#9. Yarnbury Castle, Wiltshire

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

A crop circle near Yarnbury Castle, Wiltshire.

#8. Sixpenny Handley, Dorset

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

A child playing in a crop circle during dusk near Sixpenny Handley in Dorset.

#7. Cerne Abbas, West Dorset

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

Musician Tim Gallagher standing for a portrait inside a crop circle near Cerne Abbas. He said that he  takes direct inspiration for his duo, Angels of Black Goo. They make music based on laws of resonance and geometric forms.

#6. Stonehenge, Wiltshire

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

A crop circle is carved into a verdant field, near Winterbourne Stoke Down, Stonehenge, Wiltshire.

#5. Hackpen Hill, Wiltshire

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

A woman stretching inside a crop circle which appeared in June 2018, near Hackpen Hill, Wiltshire.

#4. Cerne Abbas, West Dorset

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

Crop circle researcher and guide, Gary King, leading a tour near Cerne Abbas, West Dorset, England.

#3. Dorchester, England

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

Self-confessed crop circle artists (whose designs are made by flattening crops, which are mostly cereals and grains,) posing for a portrait in a field outside Dorchester, England.

#2. Crop-Circle Designs

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

Sketches of artist Dene Hinehis crop circle designs.

#1. Cerne Abbas, West Dorset

Photo: Courtesy of Robert Ormerod, National Geographic

An elegant crop circle on a farm near Cerne Abbas.

ADVERTISEMENT

Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest