The photo below of this Owens Valley panel gives a good idea of its size compared to the people on the left.
Also, while most rock art in this area is vertical and conspicuously placed, this panel is nearly horizontal and so placed on the top of a large boulder, that it can't be easily noticed unless itís approached from the steep rocks to the left
Of further note: Near this site we found a lean-to shelter made of branches and evidence of recent rock paintings, possibly enhancing older art. We donít know who made this shelter but we have heard that descendants of the Shoshone/Paiute people have a lively, active community in this remote area.
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