Sunday, November 24, 2019

By a vernal pond in Sippewisset, Falmouth MA

For readers unfamiliar with the supposed 'grammar' of split-wedged rocks, a vernal pond is a small water source, a place full of spirits. Here, a spirit in the split rock has been blocked from coming out. This spirit - or perhaps the blocking of it - is connected loosely, through a few widely placed rocks, to the stone wall in the background. This wall makes a 'V' with another wall [not shown] just to the right of the picture, on the other side of the low place of the vernal pond.



Peter -
Jim Mavor recorded a number of stone structure sites in this area. Can you be more specific about this location?

pwax said...

Flume Pond