Very small in comparison to previous years - so small that it would have taken no more than 2 people and no more than 1 hour to make.
Image below shows some of the crop formations which have been made in the same field.
I received a call on the 12th of June asking me if I as aware of a 2nd crop formation in the same field and why and how did the photographers miss the other formation ?.
It was a question which I clearly could not answer so I announced the arrival of this new formation on the 12th of June as seen on the screen captured image below via Facebook.
So at the time we could only assume that this crop circle was made on the same night as the one further up the field but we were still puzzled by how the photographers managed to miss it ?!
Anyway on the 14th of June the caller called back with a confession. This time I was passed to someone who was relaying the information in clear English ( the person speaking in the background sounded Norwegian or even Dutch ). With a slight tone of laughter the caller stated that it was them who made it with nothing else but their own feet and by rolling around ( with their body ) on the crop and they didn't make it at night but in broad daylight, just after 6 pm on the 12th of June. They apologized for the joke but they wanted to see if it was possible to make a crop circle of sorts in day light and under the noses of other tourists and the crop spraying farmer two fields away.
They also insisted that they met me back in 2009 and I gave them my business card which they still had - well that at least explains how they got my number and how this quirky crop circle came to be.
Crop Circle Connector chose to report this Kermit the frog formation on the the 13th of June which I made clear that it was not the 13th but the 12th, but still they chose to ignore it, so crop circle theorist associated this formation with 13th of June by creating all kinds of wondrous theories - which are all wrong !
I bet Steve Alexander is rolling in laughter or pulling his hair out - it will be one of the two I guess !
Julian Gibsone and Stuart Dike from Crop Circle Connector felt that it was a cross which they appear to have a strong aversion to such symbolism - as seen below.