What do you know about Crop Circles? Have you ever seen one? Any opinion as to where they come from or what they mean?
In doing a little internet research to learn more I came across a website, http://temporarytemples.co.uk, and became almost immediately lost in the photographs available there.
Steve & Karen Alexander have been photographing and researching the crop circles for over 15 years and for the past 10 years they have produced an annual Year Book showcasing the very best crop formations of each year. These books are beautifully produced and they contain some of the best crop circle photography you will find anywhere. These books are self-published and not widely available and many consider them the most important crop circle documents available.
Steve has given us permission to showcase some of his photos here. Would love to learn which are your favorites – and what, if any, experience you had while viewing these images.
I love living at a time in a place that creates such as this….
“Morgans Hill Wiltshire”
“Phoenix Yatesbury Wiltshire”
“Silbury Hill Wiltshire”
“Smeathes Plantation Wilts”
“South Field Alton Priors Wilts”
“Stanton St. Bernard Wilts”
“Sugar Hill Wiltshire”
“Wayland Smithy Oxfordshire”
“West Kennett Long Barrow Wilts”
“Woodborough Hill Wiltshire ”
To keep up with the latest circles as they happen you can subscribe to their free newsletter. They send you information and pictures of the latest UK circles as soon as they happen directly to your inbox along with special offers from their online shop. You can also access the latest pictures via their image library and they also have a great crop circle blog written by the legendary crop circle commentator and researcher Michael Glickman!
Steve and Karen are perhaps best know for their book CROP CIRCLES: Signs, Wonders & Mysteries and the CROP CIRCLE YEAR BOOK series (1999-2009) which are the only annually published books on the subject.
They also produce an annual DVD with stunning crop circle footage from the air.
So – which one is your favorite?