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originally posted by: Phatdamage
Very interesting, here is the Pic in-case you can't follow link:
i would say it looks like one of these from the top down
but it is miles from anything, so not sure, good find,
can anyone find the answer?
originally posted by: Mianeye
If you look around in the same area, there are hundreds of circular patterns, so will guess it's used by someone using some form of cover maybe a tent or other stuff.
There is another one exactly the same north west of OP's
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