Photo showing a ground level view of the top of the granite knoll as seen in photos 2 and 4. This rugged landscape is reported to be the site of an ancient Chinese Village courtyard in the book “The Island of Seven Cities”.  The granite outcrops are highly weathered and with very thin soils combined with lack of ground moisture inhibit tree growth much less agriculture production as reported in the book.

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