As described by Finberg, this page is decorated with two drawings; one of houses, and one of cliffs.1 The latter is a diagonally orientated, stretched across most of the bottom left corner of the sheet. The cliffs are ragged and coastal, comprised of straggly lines which flow into and across one another.
In the top right hand corner a domestic coastal dwelling, or collection of houses, is recorded. The buildings seem to perch close to the edge of some cliffs, which are indicated to the left with a sloping rope of undulating lines.
Finberg 1909, I, p.605.