"Counting rhomboids in stone walls,
That don't bother me at all...
Don't tell me,
I've got nuthin' to do..."
I may have cropped a photo or two of these fine photos I stole from Jeff's Flickr page, so I have provided both credit and a link to the original photos below each one:
I almost cut this one out of this post - and then realized the boulder could technically be considered a rhomboidal shape since:
"A parallelogram with sides of equal length is a rhombus but not a rhomboid. Wikipedia"
But I was really looking for the "diamond" sort of placement in stone piles or stone rows:
Cropped detail from: https://www.flickr.com/photos/sgobbare/7044886297/
rhomboidal - shaped like a rhombus or rhomboid; "rhomboidal shapes"
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