Just one pretty rock formation in a sea of thousands of pretty rock formations. I'd seen it a hundred times. For some reason, this time I had a hunch there might be something worth seeing up there.
And up I went! Lo and behold, there was a large rock shelter up there.
EVERY bit as exciting. See that large flat-ish rock in the middle of the photo? It's a milling stone! many people refer to them as a "slick." Probably because (as you can see) the top of the stone is smooth and somewhat concave from grinding seeds, acorns, etc into meal or flour. To the right of the stone you can see some round depressions in the floor. I think they were the start of mortars (morteros).
When I came out of the shelter, I was more than pleased to find another.
The view out the other end of the shelter.
Here is a DStretch enhanced photo of the same spot.
This one was almost impossible to see.
Even when enhanced, I can only tell you that it's an abstract design.
Another example of the same photo.