Sculptured segment after sculptured segment seems to have sculptures of creatures in the act of leaving Mars forever. They seem to have a layered ocean look such as waves dwindling down - to-the-sea-shore look. As if sea creatures etc. are mix in together in a combination of both the waves and the creatures themselves. And as in the image below, the creatures are higher at one end. As if Martians are saying: "The creatures where as numerous the waters of the sea and they dwindled together". This theme seems to haunt the sacred lands that Curiosity must have been permitted to take photos of. These areas that Curiosity takes photos of HAVE to be memorials dedicated to the loss of Martian creatures that once lived in the seas and lands of their extreme ancient past. Because this event was so catastrophic that the Martians out of respect of their long since dead, decided to build sacred memorials to pass down through time.
As these sacred sculptures decay, the Martians seem to build more. I have to wonder what the sacred sculptures look brand new, the ones that are GREEN!
Or has Nasa fuzzed up the images so much that many times Curiosity Rover is in newer memorials? I have seen thousands of images that do seem very old, but also thousands of sculptured memorials that truly seem newer, because so many sculptures have depictions of sea creatures etc. are much newer because they are GREEN not that dull mascam brown look ! http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/msss/01278/mcam/1278MR0060040240304263E01_DXXX.jpg
The analysis I use for the photos and imagery are not mean't to be exacting, only to get you closer to understanding that there is intelligent life on mars (martians). Many of the rocks you may think are rocks, are in fact highly designed sculptures, mechanical objects etc.
Nasa is trying to leak out anomalous imagery with out of course talking about it public! Though most images have been doctored, Nasa is trying to humbly and quietly nudge us along with out going too public about it vocally. Though it is work and painstaking effort to find objects in the images that have not been altered in some way!