Will update this space with a new chart.
my am view is based on Candlestick anatomy, as you have mentioned ( left shoulder, head, right shoulder) I see this from a different angle.
there are groups of longer-term topping and bottoming patterns that include the tree mountains, the three rivers,( these are head and shoulder patterns in the western world). The three Buddha Tops, inverted Three Buddha, is slightly different from this.
If the central mountain/river of three mountain/river top is the highest mountain/river it is a special type of three mountain/river called A Three Buddha Top/ Inverted Three buddha.
this is a perfect analogy to a head and shoulders pattern. Although the three Buddha top is an analogy to the Western Head and Shoulder pattern.
so I look at this as one as an Inverted Three Buddha rather than a Head & shoulder pattern. the reason behind it. In the Head & shoulder pattern, we need to have a valid neckline, which connects all three points, so in this, I am unable to find that. wherein Inverted three buddha, we don't need valid neck like we just need three bottom peaks to confirmations.
Lines & patterns are mere historic repetition of successful references but what is important to read from every pattern is the supply and demand.
The neck line's significance in supply and demand is comparatively lesser than those of the shoulders after considering Fibonacci retracements.
When this is coupled with a strong breakout from a pattern like a flag as well as a trend line, the volume bars and price dominate the rising story and not the pattern.