The first crop circle of 2014 has appeared in a South West field.
The massive intricate pattern, made up of geometric lines and circles, appeared overnight in a wheat field near Blandford Forum, Dorset.
While many believe crop circles are created by local pranksters, some think the mysterious shapes are evidence of alien intervention - because all the stems are broken at an equal height.
Amateur pilot and crop circle enthusiast Matthew Williams, 43, was one of the first at the scene following the discovery of the stunning pattern.
Matthew, from Avebury, Wiltshire, said: "Last summer we didn't get many circles, but this beauty certainly makes up for that.
"Whoever, or whatever, created the shape must have been there all night - you have to really admire their handiwork.
"The first circle of the season really does mark the start of great British summer.
"I know farmers hate them, but you really do have to appreciate the amount of effort that went in to making a 400ft pattern in a field of crops."
Source: The Herald