Reconstruction of the 2014 Hambledon Hill formation 1. Draw a circle. Draw the horizontal and vertical centerlines. 2. Construct the inscribed hexagon (regular 6-sided polygon) of circle 1, pointing up. 3. Construct the inscribed hexagon of circle 1, pointing to the right. 4. Construct a circle centered at the intersection of the righthand side of hexagon 2 and the upper righthand side of hexagon 3, tangent to circle 1 at the near side. 5. Construct a "two-points" circle (defined by the two end-points of a centerline), between the center of circle 4 and its tangent-point with circle 1. 6. Construct a circle concentric to circle 1, passing through the center of circle 5. 7. Copy circle 4 to the center of circle 1, and move this circle (copy and delete original) to its righthand intersection with the horizontal centerline. 8. Construct a circle concentric to circle 1, tangent to circle 7 at the righthand side. 9. Draw three rays of circle 1, from its center to the top and the lower lefthand and righthand angular points of hexagon 2. 10. Copy circle 4 to the intersection of circle 8 and the upper ray 9, and move this circle to its own corresponding intersection. 11. Repeat step 10 two times, with respect to the corresponding intersections of circle 8 and the other two rays 9. 12. Copy circle 5 to the center of circle 1. 13. Draw the connecting line between the intersections of circle 12 and the two lower rays 9. 14. Construct a "two-points" circle between the center of circle 1 and the intersection of line 13 and the vertical centerline. 15. Copy circle 14 seven times, to the center of circle 1, and to the angular points of hexagon 2. See detail. 16. Construct six pairs of parallel lines, each pair tangent to the central circle 15, and tangent to each one of the other circles 15, all at both sides. See detail. 17. Circles 1, 6, 8, 10 and 11, and lines 16, are used for the final reconstruction. 18. Remove all parts not visible within the formation itself. 19. Colour all areas corresponding to standing... 20. ...or to flattened crop, and finish the reconstruction of the 2014 Hambledon Hill formation. 21. The final result, matched with the aerial image.