Reconstruction of the

2. Copy it and shift the new heptagon (without rotating) from point A to point B.

3. Copy and shift the new heptagon (again without rotating) from point C to point D.

4. And again for points E and F.

5. Repeat this again and again until this picture appears.

6. Making black everything inside all heptagons seems to finish the reconstruction of the 1998 Tawsmead Copse formation.

7.
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photo by: Steve Alexander
However, when we try to fit this solution to the original image, we clearly see that it mismatches! The outer border fits properly, but for the inner one, we must find a different solution. The larger points of the inner star pattern can also be seen to have rounded corners.

8. To construct the inner border pattern, first draw the red lines as shown in this picture.

9. Then draw the blue lines shown here; these two sets of lines will determine the rounded corners of the larger points of the inner star pattern.

10. For the other star points, start drawing these lines.

11. From this set of lines, create a new heptagon.

12. The border of the inner star pattern can now be constructed from the sets of newly drawn lines, like this.

13. The inner border star pattern.

14. Together with the outer borderline…

15.
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photo by: Steve Alexander
…it will now fit neatly!

16. The final reconstruction.