I found a new site this weekend with around 30 rock piles on about 3 acres of land. But before I post those features, something jumped out at me from this area and I felt it was worth bringing attention to - rocks on their haunches. This was brought up here and I can't help but see some similarities.
The first one I noticed is in the foreground of this rock pile picture. It is pointing in a direction different from the others I'm posting. I didn't put a compass on it, but generally speaking it's pointing west.
There are several piles in a line along this ridge. The line of piles comes to a large boulder which I am going to come back to later.
Going up the mountain, now out of the rock pile site, but just above it, I saw this feature again.
This one, that looks like a rock on its haunches, is a stacked rock on boulder that seems to mimic the rocks on their haunches.
Overlooking the rocks in the two prior photos looks like this. If you enlarge the photo, you can see a third rock in the distance. Look closely at the shadows. The direction in this photo is south.
Going back to the boulder, overlooking it, seems to be pointing to a mountain in the distance. The shadows in these pictures look very similar. I bring that up because I didn't get a compass direction on the large boulder. I was only looking at the view of the mountain.
A side shot of the boulder looks very similar to the rocks on their haunches.