These photographs show the relationship between Rock Wall F1 and Rock Alignment G2. The left photo is an overview looking north with Rock Alignment G2 in the foreground and Rock Wall F1 behind. The right photo is a close-up view looking north at the cobble and boulder concentration of Rock Alignment G2. The photo scale is 1 m (39 inches).
These two parallel rock walls are part of the corral complex, and the noticeable swale between them probably resulted from erosion caused or accelerated by livestock traffic. The rocks in Alignment G2 include a large number of small rounded limestone and flint cobbles that were probably discarded in this location after they were found during cultivation of the fields to the south.