This cairn is in a large cairn field in Delaware State Forest, NY. For all the visits I've made to this site, I didn't know it was there until just last week.
After this last snowstorm, I revisited the site and paid greater attention to some details, not only to this cairn, but also to some of the other cairns here.
This cairn has, what I would describe as two vertical faces, which is not unusual at this large cairn site. This is the longer of the two vertical faces:
This is the shorter vertical face:
The sun was just starting to set when I captured it peeking through the pines. The cairn is barely visible as a white hump in the foreground. But, the vertical face is evident, if you look close, in the general direction of the sunset.