The placement of piece on the surf is really important. If you place it in just the right spot you get very firm sand which doesnt dry up as fast and allows for a higher degree of accuracy. (also our walking on it doesnt leave as many foot prints)
This is a shot of a clean corner. This piece solidified one of the fundamental principles we use when searching for fertile areas. The perfect grey area between two extremes is where conditions tend to be most suitable for mixing. This was an exemplarary piece in that half of it was on sand that was really dry and nearly unuable and the other half was one perfect wet sand.
For more on the philosophy of this piece check the first page of this gallery.
about this project: This is collaborative effort between kris northern and andres amador to bring what we play with on our computers to the general public and use the world (ocean beach in san francisco at least) as our canvas share the principles of crop circles and sacred geometry with the general public. We use a piece of string and two small hand rakes to create these pieces.
No cereal grains were harmed in the making of this circle.