Speaking of boulders and wedges, I went out to Arctic China state forest this weekend, to an area that is less than half a mile away from this rock pile site.
This piece of state land was on my radar to visit, but I was unpleasantly surprised to see that they were logging it (heavily) this past spring, so I missed my chance.
Walking up into the clear cut, I was surprised to find something worth taking a picture.There are two boulders here. The hole is in the boulder to the left in this photo. That hole appears to be entirely natural, but I would guess it did not go unnoticed.The only good thing about the clear cut is that it gives a good sense of how nice this spot is for sky watching. My camera lens cover was acting up, but I managed to get that fixed for the last few photos.
Into the woods, just a few yards away from these boulders, is this structure. If you click on the photo to get a close up of the small rock in the middle, you can see it is red.From this angle, there is another boulder visible right next to this rock pile.
The small, red colored wedge in the middle of this structure is reminiscent of the wedge in this photo below, which I've posted on Rock Piles before.But this split wedge (above) is near water, so I would associate it with water, not a high peak or a boulder.
However, this structure...is on a high peak, also has a middle, or wedge rock that is red, and is also near a boulder, this time with a split...which was clearly noticed, proof of which is the single rock on top, covering the split.