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maybe we do make them.....(crop circle's)

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posted on Feb, 4 2010 @ 01:37 AM

Stunning crop art has sprung up across rice fields in Japan, but this is no alien creation. The designs have been cleverly planted.Farmers creating the huge displays use no ink or dye. Instead, different color rice plants have been precisely and strategically arranged and grown in the paddy fields. As summer progresses and the plants shoot up, the detailed artwork begins to emerge.

adding more pics see below,this is really amazing!

posted on Feb, 4 2010 @ 01:43 AM
few more to check out,these guys have skill

A Sengoku warrior on horseback has been created from hundreds of thousands of rice plants.
The colors are created by using different varieties. This photo was taken in Inakadate, Japan.

Napoleon on horseback can be seen from the skies.
This was created by precision planting and months of planning by villagers and farmers located in Inkadate, Japan.

Fictional warrior Naoe Kanetsugu and his wife, Osen, whose lives are featured on the television series Tenchijin,
appear in fields in the town of Yonezawa in the Yamagata prefecture of Japan.

posted on Feb, 4 2010 @ 01:44 AM
i know these were not done overnight or claimed to be made by aliens,

but still stunning none the less

posted on Feb, 4 2010 @ 01:46 AM
Awesome Images.
Human creativity and imagination.

These put crop circles to shame in some regards.

The Samuri is amazing.

S & F.

posted on Feb, 4 2010 @ 01:54 AM
reply to post by atlasastro

i agree,heres a few follow ups.

From ground level, the designs are invisible, and viewers have to climb the mock castle tower of the village office to get a glimpse of the work.

Closer to the image, the careful placement of the thousands of rice plants in the paddy fields can be seen.

Rice-paddy art was started there in 1993 as a local revitalization project, an idea that grew from meetings of the village committees.
The different varieties of rice plants grow alongside each other to create the masterpieces.
In the first nine years, the village office workers and local farmers grew a simple design of Mount Iwaki every year.
But their ideas grew more complicated and attracted more attention.

In 2005, agreements between landowners allowed the creation of enormous rice paddy art.
A year later, organizers used computers to precisely plot planting of the four differently colored rice varieties that bring the images to life.

posted on Feb, 4 2010 @ 05:06 AM
That's a great find OP.

Rather magnificent how they just used strategy and different coloured plants. This could show that even our ancestors could have used this method or something similar to create crop circles. Possibly to attract something outside from Earth or just for plain amusement.

However, I still do not think it's a coincidence how so many crop circles all over the world are similar and aligned in many places.

posted on Feb, 4 2010 @ 10:20 AM
reply to post by BlackPoison94

i know what you mean,but in some respect these in my opinion take alot

more skill to make then a CC.

posted on Feb, 4 2010 @ 10:25 AM
These were definately made by aliens, how could humans imagine of doing such a thing. impossible. what are these aliens trying to communicate???

posted on Feb, 4 2010 @ 10:35 AM
Kingofpain, yes these do appear to make much more skill.

Originally posted by woodwardjnr
These were definately made by aliens, how could humans imagine of doing such a thing. impossible. what are these aliens trying to communicate???

And I disagree. History has shown us how intelligent and probably more evolutionised in their thinking and so on such as through the Indians and Chinese.

These images show the art and skill the Japanese have, traditionalist methods, which seem to be lacking in many parts of the world.

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