Crop Circles

Google Sightseeing 2007 Awards

As 2007 draws to a close we present our choices for the best posts of the year. Best Mystery There were numerous contenders for the most confusing or bizarre images, but our pick is the Mystery Plane Outline, as even…

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Monday, 31st December 2007

Art, Or Freaky Coincidence?

We get lots of submissions from people who claim to be able to see faces, animals or even aliens in the natural landscapes of Google Earth, but often the images are so open to interpretation that we unfortunately can’t see…

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Monday, 10th December 2007

Mystery Crop-Circle Face

Back in 2005 we had tons of fun trying to work out whose face could be seen in this Peruvian sand dune. So who wants to hazard a guess as to who some amateur crop-circle makers were trying to draw,…

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Tuesday, 27th November 2007

Dove-shaped Crop Circle

Ok, so this is hardly a crop-circle, but whoever has created this giant drawing of a pair of doves in a field in Somerset, England, certainly shows dedication and creative flair. B+. Note: Actually I appear to have been mistaken…

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Wednesday, 24th October 2007

Strategically Positioned Crop Circles

Here’s a nice new crop circle we haven’t seen before, south of Leeds, England, and handily for drivers who might be fans of crop art, this is right next to the M1 motorway. Funnily enough, the M1 seems to be…

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Saturday, 4th August 2007

Lonsdale

Here we see that someone has carved the word Lonsdale into the crops of a small field in the Dutch town of Veenendaal. The name “Lonsdale” could refer to many things; towns, travel agents, accountants, or colleges – but probably…

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Thursday, 25th January 2007
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