Here’s something a little different- my first panaramic, or should I say panelramic photo that I have posted on the blog. I knew before visiting this panel that it was going to be a tough one to photograph, and it was. There are some very unique anthropomorphs found in this Barrier Canyon Style panel with interesting interior designs. This is my first attempt at bringing out the details in this photo. I may try a few more techniques in Photoshop to try and bring it out more when I have a chance. It’s an awesome panel that you can see had a lot of detail at one time, but unfortunately it’s just not in that good of shape anymore. Make sure to click on the photo to view a larger size on Flickr so you can get a better look at all the details here.
Archaeology: The study of human history and prehistory through the excavation of sites and the analysis of artifacts.
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