Cardinal marks 2

The East Cardinal mark has a shape of a pillar or spar, and is colored black with a yellow horizontal band in the middle.
As a top mark it has two black cones, one above the other, base to base.
The East Cardinal mark exhibits a white light with a rhythm of very quick flashing, (3 times every 5 seconds), or quick flashing (3 times every 10 seconds).
The South Cardinal mark has a shape of a pillar or spar, and is colored yellow above black, as a top mark it has two black cones, one above the other, with the points downward.
The South Cardinal mark, exhibits a white light with a rhythm of 6 very quick flashes plus a long flash every 10 seconds, or 6 quick flashes plus a long flash every 15 seconds.
Each long flash lasts for at least two seconds.