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Sunday, March 13, 2016

Another Figure found... Thanks to new technologies

Thanks to D-Stretch and better camera technology it would seem more is showing itself of the past...

Many of you are familiar with the latest tool called D-Stretch, this tool since I have incorporated it into my many methods of digital reconstruction, has proven itself as an essential tool for discovering what has not been seen for centuries....

Those of you familiar with the pictograph panels in Buckhorn wash, have seen this lone glyph to east part of the site.


A previous thought to be... lone pictograph in Buckhorn Wash...

Looking closely you can see there is more to the panel, using D-Stretch helped in defining what was actually there, but not completely as you can see in the following D-Stretch image


Returning to the site yesterday to get details of another panel at this site I am currently remastering for clarity, I decided to take a whole new group of pictures, among these picture was this one...


I decided to again run the new photo through D-Stretch, taken with a much better camera than the one from years ago. I did not expect to see anything more than what was revealed with the first photo And look at the clarity improvement of the wavy lines in the center of the following picture which I can only attribute to a better camera... But WAIT! what is that on the left? That never showed up in the first D-Stretch session using the older picture...



Here I am! He seems to say...

It would seem that the only factors from the first D-Stretch imaging to this last one was a closer and more focused shot and a newer and better quality camera. Needless to say, we have the presence of another previously unknown figure only adding more mystery of the intended meaning of the over all site... I cannot help but wonder what the purpose of the circle in the middle of his chest is, it was pecked and not painted. It would also be fair to mention, I am not certain the entire fill of the body of the figure was solid as shown... perhaps someday when the camera technologies exceeds our present capabilities.


Another Digitally Reconstructed photo of yet another panel in Buckhorn Wash




3 comments:

  1. Hey, Nice work...a great glyph..enjoy all the posts...

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  2. OMG! Your efforts and willingness to share are sooooooo appreciated! Thank you.

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