Reconstruction of the
Easton Royal 12-06-2007 formation

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

2. Copy circle 1 to its own righthand intersection with the horizontal centerline.

3. Construct a circle concentric to circle 1, tangent to circle 2 at the righthand side.

4. Copy circle 1 to the righthand intersection of circle 2 and the horizontal centerline.

5. Construct a circle concentric to circle 1, tangent to circle 4 at the righthand side.

6. Copy circle 1 to the righthand intersection of circle 4 and the horizontal centerline.

7. Construct a circle concentric to circle 1, tangent to circle 6 at the righthand side.

8. Copy circle 1 to the righthand intersection of circle 6 and the horizontal centerline.

9. Construct a circle concentric to circle 1, tangent to circle 8 at the righthand side.

10. Copy circle 1 to the upper intersection of circle 9 and the vertical centerline.

11. Copy circle 3 to the center of circle 10.

12. Copy circle 5 to the center of circle 10.

13. Copy circle 7 to the center of circle 10.

14. Copy circle 9 to the center of circle 10.

15. Copy circle 9 to the righthand intersection of circles 9 and 14.

16. Copy circle 9 to the lefthand intersection of circles 9 and 14.

17. Construct a circle, passing through the righthand intersection of circles 5 and 12, and passing through the upper intersections of circles 3 and 5 with the vertical centerline.

18. Construct a "two-points" circle (defined by the end-points of a centerline), by the righthand intersections of circles 5 and 12, and circles 7 and 13 respectively.

19. Construct a "two-points" circle, by the righthand intersections of circles 7 and 13, and circles 9 and 14 respectively.

20. Copy circle 19 to the center of circle 18.

21. Construct a circle centered at the righthand intersection of circles 5 and 12, tangent to circle 20 at the lefthand side.

22. Construct a circle centered at the upper intersection of circle 1 and the vertical centerline, passing through the lower intersection of circles 13 and 16.

23. Copy circle 17 to the lower intersection of circle 9 and the vertical centerline.

24. Copy circle 21 to the righthand intersection of circles 9 and 23.

25. Copy circle 18 to the righthand intersection of circles 9 and 24. Move this circle (copy and delete original) to its own corresponding intersection, as shown.

26. Copy circle 21 to the upper righthand intersection of circles 9 and 25.

27. Copy circle 19 to the upper righthand intersection of circles 9 and 26. Move this circle to its own corresponding intersection, as shown.

28. Copy circle 21 to the upper righthand intersection of circles 9 and 27.

29. Copy circle 22 to the upper righthand intersection of circles 9 and 28. Move this circle to its own corresponding intersection, as shown.

30. Copy circles 25, 27 and 29 as a whole, while mirroring with respect to the vertical centerline.

31. Copy circle 21 to the lower intersection of circles 9 and 15. Move it to its own lower intersection with circle 9.

32. Copy circle 21 to the lower intersection of circles 9 and 31. Move it to its own corresponding intersection.

33. Copy circle 21 to the lower intersection of circles 9 and 32. Move it to its own corresponding intersection.

34. Copy circle 9 three times, to its own lower intersections with circles 31, 32 and 33.

35. Copy circle 9 three times, to the upper righthand intersections of circle 14 and circles 34.

36. Copy circles 35 as a whole, while mirroring with respect to the vertical centerline.

37. Only circles 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 23, 25, 27, 30, 35 and 36 are necessary for the final reconstruction.

38. Remove every part not present in the formation itself.

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39. Colouring all areas with standing...

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40. ...or with flattened crop, will finish the reconstruction of the Easton Royal formation of 12-06-2007.

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41.
courtesy the Crop Circle Connector
photo by: Lucy Pringle
The final result, matched with the aerial image.