cornbread714 wrote:Seriously Badger, I think it's the first one of the "season".
You could get on the news maybe (and plug DTV while you're at it)...
I can't find any on the circle connector. But have submitted a report
Here's a Map....
I'm reading a novel set in the area at the moment - The Enigma of Arrival by V.S. Naipaul - It has nothing to do with crop circles or Stonehenge, but a good book anyway...
- Jimmy Carl Black (the Indian of the group)
Love and Light from Iceland
badger wrote:Hi guys,
While I was on my way home from work I glimpsed a formation in the field north of Old Sarum.
I walked back up after dinner to get a better look.
I did take some pictures but they didn't turn out so well ( not what you would call a natural photographer) but the little vid I made did......
I went down to the farmhouse to ask permission to go into the field but I was unable to get hold of the Farm manager.
I still believe in the crop circle phenomena, regardless of the excellent arguments I've read against it here. I have "wonder". Not everything has been explained away to me.
And I don't believe it's HAARP or some satellite shooting microwaves into the fields either, on the other hand, I don't know what they are.
Hey guys - by the way, here's a few tips for good, low light photography with compact digital cameras.
1) With shots like these, set the camera's settings to automatic and "night shot", put the camera on a steady surface, set the self timer, and let the camera take the shot without touching it. This is the best way to take a good, low grain picture without too much loss of detail. Also, don't fall into the trap of believing a higher megapixel camera takes better quality pictures - especially for shots displayed on the web. For our needs here on forums and such, even a 2 MP camera will take outstanding quality pictures with the settings I described.
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