For some, the 2006 season was far too quiet. Many fields stood pristine, serene and untouched throughout the summer as the phenomenon seemed to abandon its conventional haunting grounds in favour of new territory.
In comparison to the last few years, the 2006 season was a more measured, paced and thoughtful offering, with quality rather than quantity being the byword. Whilst the number of circles appearing in the UK during 2006 was markedly down on seasons passed; what formations did occur were of great symbolic interest.
The circles of 2006 pushed even more design boundaries, speaking ever more eloquently about a shift from one state into another. Highlights included a series of multi-dimensional wormholes, a peacock's tail, a crown of many stars and a twelve-fold city of skyscrapers; capped off by a display of magnificent stars.
With contributions from researchers Michael Glickman, Dan Vidler and Andy Fowlds.
ISBN Number: 978-0-9537446-8-8
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 02 March, 2010.