Crop Circle in Hoeven, Holland June 25, 2011

Hoeven. Reported 26th June

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DATE: June 25-26, 2011 (around midnight)

LOCATION: Hoeven, Holland

CROP: Barley
FOUND BY: Robbert v/d Broeke, Ellen Gomis
PHOTOS: Roy Boschman
REPORT: Nancy Talbott, BLT Research Team

DESCRIPTION: Four circles (largest = 7.5m diameter, smallest = 2.5 diameter) and one oval (3.8m x 3.1m); overall length = 15m.  This 8th formation in southern Holland is the second one this year in barley, and occurred during a light rain.  No mud was found on the flattened plants, all of which are laid counter-clockwise.  The smallest circle has a standing tuft and one of the other small circles has a markedly off-centre centre.  The oval has a circular centre, but an oval perimeter–a feature which has been present in many of the Dutch circles in recent years and specifically in a field very near this one in which (in 2010) burned seed-heads were also found in a formation.