Crop circles and me

The “triple Julia” crop circle created at Avebury, Wiltshire, on July 26 1996. Within two hours, 194 circles appeared spread across a 300m-long area.

Source: Lucy Pringl

Crop circles are a cultural highpoint of artistic expression in rural England that rival anything in Tate Modern.

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