This nine-fold formation appeared July 12th at Alton Barnes,
below Milk Hill (SU 106-633).
I have removed the tramlines and cleaned up the tiny triangles
slightly. The basic geometry is un-altered.
Here is another shot of the "Nonagon" (nine-sided geometric
figure) showing its relationship to the old Alton Barnes White
Horse chalk figure. (Landscape lovers note the subtle markings
in the hillside -- strip lynchets, old roads, etc.)
And the other shot is the "ghost" of the ring formation that was
at the border between Stanton St. Bernard and All Cannings. The
field was obviously not plowed.
Thanks to Ron Russell for lending me the money for the flight!