This spot is out there somewhere. Maybe... *
As if it wasn't cold enough on the ground, we had to climb a little bit to get to the this small alcove. It wasn't much of a climb at all, but it was up in the freezing and biting wind.
The alcove containing the pictographs.
Near the small pictograph site and well above ground level, there is a single large mortero (mortar). Nobody really knows if this particular mortar was used for food preparation, or if it has some ceremonial significance. Based on the small number of designs in the alcove, This was possibly a Shaman's spot, but it doesn't look to have been used for very long. Who knows? I sure don't. (that is ice in the mortar).
The main pictograph panel in the alcove.
Same photo enhanced by DStretch.
A closer view of the same designs. The "stick" figures are probably anthropomorphic (human)
An enhanced version of the photo above it. It appears to be a rake type design, which represents rain. Really hard to tell exactly what it is (or what it looks like), because it has faded so much.
*The first photo may or may not even be the area where the alcove is.