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Joint project with the Santa Fe County Teen Court. The Diamond is a rendition of an ancient calendar. The Chakana forms the centerpiece (in blue) - counting 12 corners around the stepped cross for 12 months. If the Triangles are counted (minus the diamond in the center, which represents the axis of the universe, there are 24, representing hours in the day. The posts of the cross are the solstices and the equinoxes. The Star is a variation on this theme for the opposing side of the long 50 yard wall. Pieces are approximately 12 feet wide by 5 feet high.