Sunday, February 8, 2015

Propped Boulder, Petro-form, & Unique Stone-Work


Propped Boulder, Petro-form, & Unique Stone-Work

This is a propped boulder on the other side of this stone wall, incorporated into the stone-wall works.  The stone-wall itself is very unique:



A close-up of a stone propped on the pre-colonial stone-wall:



Very uniquely placed stones on this stone wall.  Possible bird effigy at the end of the wall:


Another angle of this unique spot.  Also note the wedged stone between the propped boulder and the other stone incorporated into the wall. View A: 


B:


C:


On to the other side of the stone wall, noting the propped placement of the boulder:



In the niche spot under the boulder is this "head and body" circular stone petroform:



The other side of the stone wall, continuing:


This site covered in this post is an extension of this stone wall on a ledge I have covered in a previous post:


Split boulder w/ wedged inserts:


This section of stone wall which makes up the Pike Fish effigy is also nearby:


Some nearby cairns:



2 comments: