This design would have looked much better ( like the 2009 Owl design ) if the makers waited until the wheat matured.
Hence the impatience of the dutiful local artist created many errors as the need to supply and meet demand throws all logical thinking into disarray .
This crop formation was thought to be another Friday night circle as it was reported once again on a Saturday but after having a chat with a local pilot he swears blind that it was already there on the Thursday ( 7th of June 2012 ). As weather conditions were not suitable for taking images from the air, this crop formation sat there quietly unreported to the general public. If it was reported on the day the pilot spotted it then the likelihood would be that Tim Carson ( the farmer ) would cut it out before any images were taken, so all the hard work by the artist would have been in vain. The wrath of Tim Carsons tractor did indeed cut the circle out but what is interesting here is that Tim himself waited until images were taken on a sunny day before he chose to run the cutting blades through the formation - so he either waited for a souvenir or evidence of damage to his crop !.
Screen captured images below show Tim Carsons son cutting out the crop formation at Woodbrough Hill.
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