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Originally posted by bvproductions
Very crazy... I hope that a solar storm doesn't happen, though.
That would be quite unfortunate for us and all of our electrical equipment!
Originally posted by tarifa37
That is a very impressive design,however if you look closely at the tentacles you can see the exact place that they used a smaller plank to taper the tentacles out.
Originally posted by Retseh
There are so many teams of Brits running around making these things I'm surprised they don't bump into each other at night.
Awesome quality of work though
Pity the farmers can't put some birdshot up their backside though, I guess Tony Martin put paid to that course of action
Originally posted by heineken
i found this image also on ATS...kindly have a look at at...why the hack there are jelly fishes in the air whilst jesus is crucified...
what does jelly fish represent in crop circle and painting
A 250m-long crop circle of a jellyfish has appeared on farmland.
The owners of the land in Oxfordshire have urged visitors to stay away from the circle, which is also 60m (197ft) wide, to avoid further crop damage.
Sally Ann Spence and husband Bill, who own Berry Croft Farm near Ashbury, said hundreds of visitors have been trampling over their field.
They said it was "beautiful" but the flattened crops were now "useless" and the damage would cost about £600.
"We have not given permission for people to walk on our land," Mrs Spence said.
"The pattern has already cost a great deal of damage - possibly about £600.
"People can get a better view from the air." She said she was not concerned about tracking down the culprits and the incident has not been reported to the police.
It is not the first time crop circles have appeared on their land, they said, but the jellyfish is one of the most spectacular.
Correction: Mrs Spence inadvertently provided a figure of £600,000, rather than £600, for the damage caused, which was used in an earlier version of this story.