Thank you for your response. Your mound cemetary pin reminds me of a patch of fairy rings? Unknown origin, speculated to be termite based but not proven. Lifespan of up to 60 years grows up to 12 meters... Found in the Nambia dessert and Australia see TomKjeldsen kmz below for fairy rings.
These Libya forts are a great find, you have a keen eye. I didnt have any of these before.
Dessert searches seem like a whole art in itself.
There are many of this fort style in Iran. You can see both the ruins and the forts still intact. Here is a KMZ for you of the forts in Iran. Hope there are some new ones here for you.
A 'bluesky' has already liked my brazilian termites' thread, now is up to you! ... Again something, I would call a fateful coincidence, another 'syzygy' of digital projections of human beings within this virtual space and time. ...(:
Also now obvious, my fairy rings are a different sort of things than Tom's. These are made up of Fungus mycelium and by proper circumstances, ring of mushrooms appearing.
For a long time I have put aside my Saudi Archaeo collection also seldom I will keep my African Archaeo thread updated. Both subjects are chewed bones, still my kmz files are feasible to give foretaste of the breathtaking amount and diversity of these ancient, man-made structures. (More related links you find, following these above, but not this recent paper published on Academia.edu!)
Thanks for sharing your collection of forts from Iran! ...
...Dessert searches seem like a whole art in itself....
No way I would call it art, rather obsession. 15+ years of browsing satellite/aerial imageries makes your retina hypersensible for such 'deviances', however proper eye-altitude settings are essential for good results.
All kmz content I share were created with Google Earth (PC-version). All of my nGEC forumthreads All about my avatar kml2xls
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