Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Interesting structure from Sudbury State Forest

This consists of a boulder with two short stretches of stone wall to one side, one stretch slightly curved and touching the boulder, the other like a continuation of the first but offset at a slightly different angle:
The secondary stretch is not visible in the photo above. Here it is, a slightly lower row of piled rocks:And here is a view back towards the boulder from the far end of the secondary stretch:


JimP said...

This is a very impressive structure. Great photos, too! Do you think perhaps one time long ago the two parts once connected?

pwax said...

I think they are separated by design. There were no loose rocks between the stretches of wall.