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Saturday, March 19, 2016

New Pictograph Found!

Yes... I know this is not a pictograph.... read on...

Now although the images here are not a pictograph, they are petroglyphs which very few know of the location... This panel was shown to me by my good friend Greg...  Even though I knew I was not the first in recent times, the thrill when you finally get there and see them for the first time is something I cannot describe....



Please enjoy the following pictures... But THIS IS NOT the pictograph panel found this morning by myself, and with the help of D-stretch... this is such an awesome tool!

I was going through some photos taken last year, and as always I take pictures of EVERYTHING, even if it is barely visible... as I was going through the pictures I noticed barely a faint red line of antiquity... apparently I had seen it in person or I would not have taken the picture... I decide to take a closer look using D-Stretch and holy Sh...! er um... wow!... what is that? I thought... HELLO!

I can't wait to share it but I am going to try to digitally reconstruct the Image, with the help of Coty Tabbee now on his way to the site to get more pictures, we will see if reconstruction is possible....

The thrill of finding your first panel is one thing... but to find a panel, that you know no one has seen in hundreds of years and yet literally hundreds if not thousands have walked right by it... is a whole other thrill.... Be patient and I will share it when I have a presentation of it prepared...

Many thanks to Coty Tabee and Rhett Rhiding... And my sweet Amy who I am sure took the picture because I told her to take pictures of EVERYTHING... I'm not sure I ever seen it...


Prior to finding this one, which I am sure some have seen... those who put forth a little more effort... I simply followed that gut feeling... and common sense while following what I call locator glyphs


Had I not followed the instruction of  what I call locator glyphs, this one would still be unknown...









1 comment:

  1. Wow these are totally awesome. Thank you for sharing so many things I will never get to see in person, but can enjoy and imagine being there. All your pictures bring back to my mind the feel of the sun and that smell I love when your in the red hills and the sand when yo visit these areas. That wonderful smell of the sand and plants I love but can't even begin to explain.

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