As I was approaching the base of the White Horse I spotted three curios indentations in the wheat. These indentations were individually apart from one another and looked liked as if someone had dropped a football straight down into the wheat, but it would have had to be a very heavy ball if that was to be the case as the wheat at the very bottom of these circular indentations was fully flattened. There was no visible signs of anyone walking through the wheat to create these indentations, in fact I created a visible path while trying to get close so I could take some images and I was being careful not to create any further damage.
Close up view of these circular Indentations gave the impression as if they were some kind of nests. it is possible that these nests were created by some animal or even birds such as pheasants but a thought rushed through my mind with a different possibility. Please see Pierre Beakes footage below of 3 orbs in flight which were captured on camera in 2010 below Milk Hill.
On my way back I found the same tram line which would take me back to the crop circle and sleeping Olivier. Looking at the three nests I found earlier, this time there was something else there which wasnt there 20 minutes or so earlier.
To the side of these nests there was some kind of thin lined pattern as if something small run through the wheat. The thin lined pattern was wide enough for it to be walked in by stepping carefully and placing one foot in front of the other.
At the time I did swear blind that this pattern wasn't there when I first discovered the three nests and to this day I still say that this pattern was created behind my back while I was climbing Milk Hill. What created it is of course unexplained.
Approximately half way between the crop circle and the road side I spotted something else once again. This time there was a patch of wheat which its growth pattern looked stunted. Some stems were shorter than the other and vice versa but what caught my attention was the fact that this patch was almost circular and there was a pattern within its centre. Please look closely at the image below and you will see that there is a resemblance to the smiley face pattern which happened behind my back - very strange indeed !.
I sent this image with other ground shot images to crop circle connector which Mark Fussell posted on their web site on the day. Couple days later I receive a phone call from a rather excited Olivier Morel to tell me that the crop circle below Milk Hill had grown - extra parts were added and not only this the patch of stunted wheat had also turned into a full crop circle !.