A talented artist has unveiled his latest masterpiece – a ‘sand circle’ measuring a staggering 80 METRES across.
Julian Richardson has been involved in the crop circle world for 20 years, creating a series of mystical pieces around Wiltshire.
But armed with a garden rake, Julian travelled to Brean Beach near Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, to create a seaside equivalent.
Julian, from Pewsey, Wilts., spent more than five hours painstakingly working on the huge circle which was filled with perfectly symmetrical stars, triangles and parallelograms.
He said: “I have been involved in crop circle making since the 1990s – I just love geometry, art and the paranormal.
“But I’m really keen for the work to be legitimised so have begun creating beach art with crop circles as my inspiration.
“The sand here is perfect and, with great aerial views from the top of Brean Down, it’s a great location.
“It would be a great venue for a beach art festival in the future featuring artists from across the world.”
Julian will create a number of circles this summer as he prepares to take part in autumn’s beach art world championships which will be held in Jersey.