2-Stage Cannings Cross Wheat Formation Scene of Farm Arrest

Cannings Cross, Wiltshire, crop formation has evolved through farmer damage from June 27, 2009, to mysterious July 10, 2009, second stage reconstruction to July 13, 2009, arrest of farm employee with shot gun.

Part 1 of Cannings Cross near Allington, Wiltshire, England, showing June 27, 2009, first reported pattern after the angry farmer drove his tractor around in circles cutting off the points of the interior pattern.  Aerial image © 2009 by Eva-Marie Brekkestø.
Part 1 of Cannings Cross near Allington, Wiltshire, England, showing June 27, 2009, first reported pattern after the angry farmer drove his tractor around in circles cutting off the points of the interior pattern.  Aerial image © 2009 by Eva-Marie Brekkestø.
Photoshop reconstruction of formation to illustrate pattern before the farmer drove around in circles cutting off the inner points. Electronic reconstruction © 2009 by Psycho Clown.
Photoshop reconstruction of formation to illustrate pattern before the farmer drove around in circles cutting off the inner points. Electronic reconstruction © 2009 by Psycho Clown.
Part 2 of Cannings Cross near Allington, Wiltshire, England, reported on July 10, 2009, with additional circles at the outer points. Inside the farmer's original June 27th circles of wheat cut down, the cut off interior points have been reconstructed into fresh, new points. Aerial image © 2009 by Olivier Morel (WCCSG). For other images and information: Cropcircleconnector.
Part 2 of Cannings Cross near Allington, Wiltshire, England, reported on July 10, 2009, with additional circles at the outer points. Inside the farmer's original June 27th circles of wheat cut down, the cut off interior points have been reconstructed into fresh, new points. Aerial image © 2009 by Olivier Morel (WCCSG). For other images and information: Cropcircleconnector.

July 4, 2009  Cannings Cross near Allington, Wiltshire County, England - The Cannings Cross wheat pattern near Allington, Wiltshire, England, has been evolving through great confusion. The farm owner originally took his tractor into the first part of the formation reported on June 27, 2009, and drove in big circles to cut down the interior points of the pattern. Eva-Marie Brekkestø flew over the pattern after the farmer's destruction and took the first aerial photograph. A computer graphics artist north of Wiltshire known as Psycho Clown then volunteered to reconstruct what the formation looked like before the farmer's tractor destruction and produced a Photoshop reconstruction.

 

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