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Sunday, March 20, 2016

A Very Strange Glyph in an Unlikely Place

Ok, so I was going through some photos from the end of last year, and I came across this one, I wasn't sure why my sweet Amy took the photo, but I did tell her, "Take Pictures of EVERYTHING"...



As many times as I have been to this very popular place, I have never noticed this glyph and if I did, I never took a pic of it, likely because you can hardly see it... There is another to the right of it and I hope to learn more about it later....

First I enhanced the colors with hue and saturation to see if there was anything worth while... you know me, always looking for a reconstruction project... well this was the results...


This was starting to look very interesting... It is one thing to walk upon a glyph site you have never seen before, but to get a glimpse of a glyph that has likely been hidden from view for hundreds of years and you know you are the first to lay eyes on it since... is another... wow I thought, what is this?

Well, being a fairly new comer to D-stretch I decided to run it through so to speak and to my surprise, this pops up... What the.... ?


Now I have been playing this Petroglyph Pictograph thing for a long time, and this is not your typical Native American glyph, what is it and why is it here at this place known for its unusual glyph but not this unusual? I took the liberty of highlighting only the areas I could justify with confidence with the results in the following picture... and it may not be entirely accurate... I see more possabilities but lack enough evidence to justify it...

Help me out here... What am I looking at? Is it of origin I think it might be? Why is it here?

I could possibly use some help from advanced users of D-Stretch and tips, I have discovered using D-Stretch that the quality of the photo is everything, also the closer the lens is to the rock face and the better the focus the better the ability for D-Stretch to do what it does...


original perspective...


Coty Tabbee's perspective which is likely more accurate..

I have a friend, Coty Tabbee who lives just minutes from the site who shagged dozens of photos yesterday... of all of them, only one or two gave additional minor detail... so today he is there again seeing if he can get closer, clearer and more focused shots... This glyph may have been missed by literally thousands also due to the fact it is 15 feet off the ground...

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