At Apache Flat there is one quite stunning geometric design plus the usual assortment of Mogollon abstracts,animals and occasional humanoids.More naturalistic images of horses and men plus a few crucifixes( Venus?) were probably left by Apaches and or colonial era Spaniards.Then there is the modern,but still quite old graffiti pecked into the rock near and on some of the petroglyphs, some sobering, some good for laugh. Happy wandering.UPDATE: It has recently come to my attention that at least one and probably both of the petroglyph sites north of Tajaino Pinto Tank and south of the Pine Canyon Saddle are on private property.Though it is un-posted at this time, there is the risk of being considered a trespasser. NOTE: forgive the image quality here. Many of these photos were either taken with an old Advantix film camera, or an early digital camera that had less than 1 megapixel of resolution.
|Petroglyph site is in this small canyon north of Tajaino Pinto tank|
|Only pinon tree I've found in the Sierra de las Uvas|