Reconstruction of theGolden Ball Hill 1-05-2005 formation | |||||

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Draw a circle. Draw and extend the horizontal and vertical centerlines. | ||||

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Create a "flower-of-life"-pattern, by copying circle 1 six times, first to its righthand intersection with the horizontal centerline, then to its consecutive intersections with the copied circles. | ||||

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Construct the circumscribed hexagon (regular 6-sided polygon) of circle 1, pointing to the right. | ||||

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Construct the circumscribed circle of hexagon 3. | ||||

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Copy circle 4 six times, to the centers of circles 2. | ||||

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Construct a circle, tangent to the two rightmost sides of hexagon 3, and tangent to the upper and lower left circles 5 at the near sides, as shown. | ||||

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Copy circle 6 to its righthand intersection with the horizontal centerline. | ||||

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Construct a circle concentric to circle 1, tangent to circle 7 at the far side. | ||||

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Copy circle 8 six times, to the centers of circles 2. | ||||

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Copy circle 6 seven times, to the center of circle 1 and to the centers of circles 2. | ||||

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Circles 1, 2, 4, 5, 9 and 10 make up the necessary parts of the reconstruction. | ||||

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Leave out all superfluous parts not visible in the formation itself. High resolution dwf-file | ||||

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Get the final result by colouring all areas corresponding to standing... High resolution dwf-file | ||||

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...or to flattened crop. This concludes the reconstruction of the Golden Ball Hill formation of 1-05-2005. High resolution dwf-file | ||||

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courtesy the Crop Circle Connector photo by: John Dove | The final result, matched with the aerial image. | |||

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