Another for your consideration:
http://temporarytemples.co.uk/project/chilcomb-down-hampshire-20th-june-2016 said:Chilcomb Down, nr Winchester, Hampshire
This very pretty formation was reported on the 21st of June and is located very close to the Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium. Chilcomb Down has been the site for many formations over the years, the last formation to appear there was in 2013 (see here for more information). The crop circle measures approximately 170ft in diameter and is in a field of very young, green wheat.
The design is a very pretty six-fold formation; a set of overlapping bubbles that create a flower, or doily-like mandala. There is a selection of standing segments inside the flattened centre and a very fine ring around the central design that contains the entire formation. It gives the impression of a collection of transparent bubbles, or perhaps cells.
Six is perhaps the most ubiquitous number used in crop circle geometry, its balance and harmony makes for some very beautiful designs, pleasing to the eye and senses. It heightens our propensity for symmetry and equilibrium (homeostais) and in that sense six-fold designs are perfect mandalas for our troubled times, they smooth the turbulence, re-balance the ‘out of sync’ and generally bring a sense of alignment, accord and peacefulness. They are like a sixth-sense of what we need!