crop circle...sheen of shine
>from: william bombardier [mailto:wjbombo@...]
>the center spirals are tightly nested with interlocking crop stems which is
>impossible to fake without damaging the crop.
will, et al.,
i agree that this latest silburyhill formation circle is likely a genuine one.
i love it.
amongst the things that i look for, i look for a "sheeny shine" in the flattened
portions of any circle under observation. the brightness of the shine is an
indication of the conistency of the layering of the flattened portions; such
brightness is far less if there's a lot of foot imprints in any flattened
area--the footprints creates impressions deep enough to scatter the light, hence
no sheen of shine. even a single track of footprints can be noticeable in a
virgin crop circle. looking for the shine in any crop circle is a good, quick
way of assisting your examination of a crop cirlce.
surely there's photo websites that allow one to measure and analyize the
brightness of the shine of a crop circle picture, yes? anyone know of such a
function and or site?
like anything in life...look for the shine,