Handprint pictographs are always a treat for me. I think it's because normal pictos and petros are made with tools. Handprint pictos are created from the actual placement of the hand on the surface. When compared to most other symbols, handprints seem very personal. In my mind's eye I can picture the person placing their hand on the rock. The "rock art" in this area are estimated to be about 1,000 years old. That is seven or eight centuries before the first white settlers started arriving.
You can barely see them with the naked eye.
With DStretch much more is revealed. Notice where the middle of the palm didn't make contact with the rock.
This one shows five handprints.
The rocky surface is a very large, or multiple Agave roasting pits.
A nice sized rock shelter