Two intricate crop patterns were captured through drone footage found in the English county of Wiltshire, where the iconic Stonehenge is located.

The image was caught by a group called MrGro, a website known for publishing drone photos and videos of these enigmatic shapes, according to the Salisbury Journal.

This phenomenon is often used as proof that extraterrestrials exist since the 1960s, with sightings of these unusual patterns dating back to the 1600s.

MrGro, however, believes that there is another reason for the existence of these crop patterns.

"Firstly, if the aliens were able to travel all the way to Southern England and felt inclined to leave us a message in the form of a crop circle, you'd think that they would be able to keep the straight lines of the formation, well, straight," the group said in their blog post.

The group claimed that the Stoford circle is "uneven" and "messy," adding that one of the lines below it is "wonky." "We think that the two designs were produced by men," they said, according to RT.

The Stonehenge is a circle of stones that are convolutedly balanced and have stood on the hills that surround Amesbury for thousands of years.