Queen's Brian May photographs a crop circle
By T.K. Randall
May 25, 2022 · 22 comments
May at ESO's Paranal Observatory. Image Credit: CC BY 4.0 ESO/G. Huedepohl
The legendary rock guitarist, who has a PhD in astrophysics, recently spotted something odd in a field in the UK.
These days crop circles tend to be regarded more as works of art than evidence of alien visitors, however the phenomenon still manages to generate interest whenever a new design shows up.
Most recently, Queen guitarist and astrophysicist Brian May sparked some debate on Instagram after he managed to capture a photograph of an intriguing formation in a field near Marlborough, England.
The pattern is quite intricate, sporting an octagonal outer frame and a sawblade-shaped interior.
"Notice anything unusual here in the English countryside ?" he wrote.
"I never spotted a crop circle myself before. So probably always a bit sceptical about them.
"But yesterday, flying back from our production rehearsal space - flying over a location not far from Marlborough - there was this."
You can check out the image for yourself below.
Source: Smooth Radio
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