This is one of my all-time favorite pictograph panels, and one of the reasons I originally became interested in rock art in the first place. When I took this photo I actually stuck my camera into a nearby tree to frame the pictographs with the out-of-focus branches. It took me a few tries to get something that I liked since I couldn’t use the viewfinder! I’m happy with the result 🙂
Archaeology: The study of human history and prehistory through the excavation of sites and the analysis of artifacts.
Photography: The art or practice of taking and processing photographs.
Rock Art Trips
anasazi arches national park arizona arizona strip barrier canyon style basketmaker behind the rocks black and white bluff book cliffs canyonlands national park cedar mesa classic vernal style colorado comb ridge cottonwood canyon dry fork esplanade style fremont granary grand canyon polychrome grand gulch handprints indian creek kane creek canyon mcconkie ranch mill creek canyon moab montezuma canyon needles district new mexico nine mile canyon petroglyphs pictographs rock art ruins salt creek canyon san rafael swell tavaputs plateau uintah basin uncompahgre plateau utah ute vandalism vernal