Crop Circle Research and Photography by U. K.’s Lucy Pringle

"There comes a time when the mind touches a higher plane of knowledge, but can never prove how it got there."

- Albert Einstein, Physicist

August 6, 2007  Petersfield, Hampshire, England - Lucy Pringle has been photographing crop formations from the air and on the ground since 1993. Her latest book, Crop Circles: Art in the Landscape, was released as a North American edition in July 2007. This book has prints large enough to study in detail - some photographs are given 2-page spreads. From her hundreds of English crop formation photographs since the early 1990s, Lucy focused on ninety-five crop formations. Her photographs sweep you into the page as if you were in the air with her. A good example is Furze Hill near Beckhampton and the ancient stone circles of Avebury reported on June 5, 2005.


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