Our Daily Sykes #22 – Stone Circles

Like the earlier strange circle from three days ago or four and marked against the steep side of an arid mountain that resembled a step-pyramid, so this semi-circle is a mystery to us, and its lake or reservoir too.  Are the rocks painted white?  Have they fallen?  There is more of them to the rear- left.  And the short of the "lake" is also strewn with white rocks.   Finally, there are two white stakes poling from the ground near the lake.
Like the earlier strange circle from three days ago or four that is marked against the steep side of an arid mountain that resembles a step-pyramid, so this semi-circle is a mystery to us, and its lake or reservoir too.  Were the rocks once painted white and here worn? Have they fallen? There is more of them to the rear- left. And the nearby shore of the “lake” is also strewn with white rocks. Finally, there are two white stakes poking from the grass between the rock circle and the lake.  What may we make of this?  Where is it?  Could this be Soap Lake from the southwest shore? If Horace Sykes lens were a bit sharper we might have read the newspaper resting with the cardboard on the “floor” of the rock semi-circle.  (Click to Enlarge)

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