By looking at my wife (lower left), you can see how large this boulder is.
you might want to embiggen this photoAs you can see, there are petroglyphs pecked into the rock, right over some of the pictographs. This is a clear indicator that the pictographs and petroglyphs were done by different tribes, at different points in history.
As viewed with the naked eye.
Same photo enhanced with DStretch. Quite a few symbols in this site. It wasn't until I got home, that I noticed the hand print in the upper right of this photo.
As seen at the site
After enhancement, many more symbols are visible. Note the anthropomorphic (human) in the lower left. If you look closely at it, I'm pretty sure that you will agree that it represents a male. Next to it is a white yoni (female hoo hoo). Above the yoni is a red rain symbol. There are a lot of other symbols at this site. Some are known, most are guessed at, but unknown.
A little further to the left of the last photo
This area is under the main panel of rock art is primarily petroglyphs
One of the reasons this site is virtually unknown, is because part of the hike to get there, takes you through canyons like this.
Caves caused by erosion. Very interesting. This photo and rest are included just to show you why we love this place so much.
I'm not saying this is anywhere close to the rock art site, but it is huge and sure catches your eye.
Shark? Eel? Pac Man?