The “oval” is at the far left of photo #1, which looks to the south along the coast, where the shore cliffs take on a distinctly reddish hue. This slope is heavily forested above those cliffs, with only the a few outcroppings visible further up the slopes.
Photo #2 overlaps on the left with photo #1, and continues further south; the mini-peak just right of centre is the defining mark here. At the far right of the photo, the cliffs appear to have been carved by a stream (not shown on the topographical map) whose course can be traced a short distance above in the forest—it doubtless continues further up the side of the mountain, though just where is not obvious here.
Photo #3, taken with a longer, but still middling focal length, continues further to the south, looking at the cleft between the mini-peak seen in photo #2 and a somewhat larger peak at the far right. Just below that peak is another of the gravel/dirt/rubble piles, this one seeming reflecting a flow of water off the peak. The forest here gives way to significant outcroppings of rock, still distinctly reddish-hued, all the way up the mountainside. Notice the cave near the upper centre of the photo
Photo #4 looks dead-on at the peak at the far right of photo #3. Here, the gravel/dirt/rubble can be extending to the far right of the photo from below the peak. The rock outcroppings continue between bands of trees.
Photo #5 looks back along the coast from past the peak up towards it in the centre of the photo; the mini-peak further north is just to its left from this perspective. A gull is surveying the scene, one of many we saw, though not so many made it into the photos.
Photo #6 was taken on the return trip from south of the area examined more closely on this page and from further off shore; it shows a good portion of the coast seen in more detail on this and the previous pages. From this perspective, the mini-peak and the peak to the south are not at all prominent. Further surprising is the loss of much of the reddish hue of the rocks seen in the cliffs at the right, though there is a small residual hint.