A crop circle discovered from a glider in the south of Touraine
This crop circle was discovered in a cereal field in Louans. © (Bryan
Bryan Schlosser made a beautiful discovery by flying his glider: a "crop
circle" drawn in a field of cereals in Louans, in the south-Touraine.
He returned with a drone to immortalize his discovery by taking aerial
photos this Thursday, July 4, around noon.
Yesterday, Wednesday, July 3, Bryan Schlosser did not expect to discover
these funny geometric shapes, which we call "crop circle", drawn in a
cereal field at Louans, flying aboard his glider.
He made this discovery after taking off from the Louroux aerodrome in
Lochois, where the Touraine Planeur club is located, a few kilometers
from the field.
The crop circle seen from a drone. © Bryan Schlosser
"I saw circles in the fields, a figure 60 meters long," he says.
Upon landing, he shows the club members the photos taken in flight. And
so decide to come back on Thursday with a drone to make new images.
He took care to walk "in the same place as the creators of this crop
circle to do nothing wrong".
The crop circle discovered from a glider.
"I learned about these so-called" crop circles. "They are figures drawn
with planks and strings, and it's usually done at night," says Bryan
Nothing esoteric in all this, nor alien, just a form of art visible from
the sky to the harvest.
In a general way, the authors of these crop circle are discrete.