Monday, September 04, 2017

Details along the Other Walls


   & the two previous posts from the same “site.”)

   Not tossed, but placed, and very Deer-like:
    Maybe this is also something, another zoomorphic stone, maybe a deer – or maybe a serpent with a single horn on the top of its head:
And there beside it, a shape that reminds me of a birdstone – not a polished one but sort of a “birdstone in the rough:”
   Here’s a birdstone drawing, lifted from https://www.iaismuseum.org/annual-events/birdstone-2/
   Here’s another example of one – shown standing on its tail, for some reason:


(Doctoring the image:)
From: Making Pictures in Stone: American Indian Rock Art of the Northeast by Edward J. Lenik


Some interesting stacking of stones:











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