This crop circle is located between the US States of California and Nevada, just 30 miles Southwest of Las Vegas. This method, also called waterwheel or center-pivot irrigation, is a system in which equipment rotates around a pivot and crops are watered with sprinklers.
A circular area centered on the pivot is irrigated, thus often creating a circular pattern in crops when viewed from above, as shown in this high-resolution satellite image offered by Customaps. Although most center pivots were water-powered, they are, for the most part, propelled by electric motors today.
Image © Mapbox, DigitalGloble, Inc.
Our map posters are printed on a premium 10 mil (235 g/m2) thick cellulose based paper. Environmentally friendly, it is PVC free and recyclable. It features a satin finish with low glare. Saturated with latex for durable indoor and temporary outdoor use.
Strength, tear-resistance, flexibility, and the ability to fold without the image cracking are key benefits of our posters.