Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Carlise site - Dec 2000

Tim Fohl of Carlisle showed me another localized group of rock piles overlooking a small swamp to the southeast, on the XXX Conservation land in Carlisle. On approaching we see a, by now, familiar wedged up rock.There are thirty or more small rock piles in a two acre patch of woods. To me the most spectacular pile is this one:Another view:
Another feature of the site that catches my eye, when I get back home to look at the pictures (some of which were taken by Tim), is the common juxtaposition of a black and a white pair of rocks at the edge of a rock pile. Here are three clear examples:

Then there were other structured piles like this one with nice symmetry:
Showing a little offering place:
Showing more symmetry:

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