The view from where we parked the jeep.
Straight ahead to our intended target. There is a waterfall at the end of the canyon on the left. I'll cover it in another post.
In the bottom center you can see some rock shelters used by the original inhabitants.
The first pictograph we saw here.
Same pictograph enhanced with DStretch. It would have been nice to see it before it started fading.
Hard to see anything on this wall.
Not much better after enhancement, but there is a nice sunburst and a few other images.
Self portrait of the original owner?
A closer look at the rock shelters.
Excuse me! Can you two get a room please?
Rock Shelters. I'm not sure how much "barricading" these barricades actually do, but I don't blame them for trying to keep people out.
It's hard to see in this view, but in the enhanced version below you can see...
...a red hand print!
We viewed another pictograph site and also one with both pictographs and petroglyphs. There are more in the area, but our time in the Las Vegas area was limited this trip. Next time.
I hope everybody is okay with my low-key and sometimes humorous approach to these places.