Lets just assume for one moment ! - So If we made a circle in my home county and we didn't own up to it , it would still be completely ignored and not even considered for one minute to be of a paranormal nature, as for one its not on the usual tourist trail and It would not receive the attention as we are not on the list of callers to appointed photographers who are there to promote your work. Such photographer (s) are informed by circle makers when they have completed their land art. How do you think photographers get their images so quickly even before the farmer is aware of a circle in his field ?. Photographers are there early in the morning waiting to take the flight as they know that a crop circle was made over night as they were informed by the circle makers - they have to be quick as the farmer like Mr.Carson will cut out any crop circle which appears on his land. Once the image is taken it is then posted on Connector for you to see and begin theorizing to what it may mean ( so what you are doing inadvertently is beginning a promotion process of any new circle on behalf of the photographer and the circle maker . So if the theories sound interesting then there is a good chance that a newspaper or TV station will purchase your images.
Photographers will taken dozens and dozens images of any crop circle they fly over - from all different angles and heights. Out of 30 or so pictures they will probably select 4-6 of the best which they will reserve for calendar or book publications. ( how many times how you seen an image in a calendar or books that was never shown on any website ? ) The rest of the images they will be very selective with what they show on web sites - making sure that no tell tale signs are visible for you to spot errors or other imperfections. So photographers/researchers are very selective in how to impress you so by showing you an image from a certain angle or height or distance you will automatically think that what you are seeing is a perfect crop creation.
This crop circle at Etchilhampton Hill is a prime example how the photographer was very selective in showing you images which he thought would not show the imperfections but there are also the not so experienced photographers/researchers who are not so familiar with the process so to speak as they are not so well informed as the rest - so they display their images as they capture them - God Bless them that's all I can say.
This circle can be made by one person alone with the greatest of ease - go out and have go - its so simple - it will take you no longer than half an hour and you wont even need any equipment - just simply use your feet !!!.
Some of you will ask ' how did they get in without leaving any tale tale signs of entry ? '. OK - this again is very simple but you have to apply some care. From above the wheat looks compact as if there is no gap to breath but at ground level you will see that there are plenty of gaps where you can slide your foot along the ground between the wheat stems .Taking gentle care you will enter the center between the two tramlines without creating any obvious signs - Its really that simple !. When visitors arrive they walk straight through the crop without even taking any thought or care, hence creating visible walk lines. Next time you are in a crop circle or by a wheat field just try it as an experiment for yourself and see how far you get without creating any obvious signs of entry.
What I found incredibly disturbing and must apologies for any bad language which I'm about to use is that tour operators charged the gullible £50 bloody quid just to sit in some flattened messy circle created by some guys who had nothing better to do and all because its in Wiltshire !. For crying out loud please wake up - this is daylight robbery and the ones who promote it as a miracle creation should be ashamed of themselves ! . This is not even art - this is pure manipulation.
Its a great day out folks but please do yourself a favor and don't be conned !.