There’s a story beneath this unassuming patch of vegetation.
[It’s] directly above a a stone floor. This was discovered during archeological (sic) digs in the 1960s. The soil above the floor had been undisturbed and the floor had been built on a layer from the last glacier deposit. There was nothing below it. The mystery is this. Above the floor was an ancient arrowhead, made and used long before Europeans. Who built the stone floor? Was it local Indians? (Van Wyck Homestead Museum Self-Guided Trail Guide).
Taken with a Sony RX-100 M3.