Ground Report: Etchilhampton Hill (2), Wiltshire
26th July 2020
This is the second formation to appear this year at Etchilhampton Hill, lying in what is really the same field but separated by the difference in crop. In contrast to its predecessor, which is visible from here and very close by, this circle is in a field of very young, green and sparse bearded wheat.
Many of the stems here have recovered to their upright position almost instantly (I visited on the day of its arrival) partly, in my opinion, due to how young the crop is but also as a result, perhaps, of being laid very lightly initially. The impression created is very gentle and 'soft'.
Again, in contrast to its counterpart at Etchilhampton, the condition of both the laid ans standing stems throughout the crop circle is absolutely perfect, with none of those inspected displaying any signs of damage other than what has been caused by visitors.
More to come...
Crop Circle Summary