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At the center of the picture, four stones in a little row branching off of the main row do not seem to have fallen from the row but rather appear to have been deliberately placed. A fifth stone in front of this may also be a part of this apparent structure. The small row appears to point in the direction of the large boulder.
I see it the way Chris does but note that Tim's turtle is precisely at the beginning of the four stones in a little row. So it works either way.
In that small group of stones, the one that catches my eye is what appears to be a flat-topped stone - mortar or metate-like? - is the smaller stone resting on it?
I did not notice up close. I was already looking across the wall.
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