Crop Circles: Art in the Landscape

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Frances Lincoln, Feb 23, 2010 - Photography - 112 pages
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Whether they are scientific enigmas, paranormal phenomena, mischievous hoaxes, or inspired land art, the scale, beauty, and mathematical and symbolic complexity of crop circles continue to astound. Throughout the summer months every year, in fields of oilseed rape, barley, and wheat, a rash of ever more elaborate circles and designs appears. Lucy Pringle has been photographing and researching crop circles for nearly 20 years. Here she presents a catalog of her awe-inspiring aerial photographs taken across the south of England from 1993 to 2006, guaranteed to amaze believers and skeptics alike.

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Lucy Pringle is a founder member of the Centre for Crop Circle Studies and an international authority on the subject. She is a leading aerial photographer and has had several exhibitions of her work. She has the UK's most comprehensive photographic crop circle library. She also writes, appears on television and broadcasts extensively on the crop circle phenomenon. She lectures in the UK and internationally.To visit Lucy Pringle's website click here

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