Can't even find it now, an image of a sycamore tree, branches raised up as if they were arms, possibly a Culturally Modified Tree - but it made me think of the tree to the left in this photo from 8 years ago or so - and there's more than just two significantly larger trees. I just can't recall...
It's an interesting area of land, a newer Cultural Landscape intruding into older layers of landscapes including the Indigenous Ceremonial Stone Landscapes, evident in rows of stones and other features that may even include those larger trees...
2012 LiDar images, some of the rows of stones, probable Qusukqaniyutôkanash, visible:
Row of Stones and Outcrop topped by another Row of Stones:
Serpent Stacking (A larger snake made of smaller snakes)
Snake-like segment, with "seventh scale" diamond:
Another intersecting row of stones, one of an unknown number of other Grinding Slicks incorporated into the Qusukqaniyutôk, the hand held stone still resting in place:
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