The first panorama allows you to zoom in to a normally-lit view of Panel D. Use the arrows in the control bar to advance to the next panorama, for a photo shot with a flash at a steep angle (“raking light”); this oblique lighting can highlight additional details. Most of the petroglyphs here are incised lines in the “Verde Incised” style. While they are suggestive of bird tracks, it is difficult to say for sure that this was the artist’s intention.
Walnut Canyon Rock Art Images
- Welcome To The Walnut Canyon Rock Images Virtual Tour
- Walnut Canyon National Monument – General Information
- What Are Rock Images?
- How are Rock Images Dated?
- Where are Rock Images Located in Walnut Canyon?
- Protection And Preservation Of Archaeological Sites At Walnut Canyon NM
- Where Can I View Rock Images In Person?
- What’s The Rock Image Virtual Tour?
Walnut Canyon Rock Image Sites
- Tips For The Tour
- WACA 144 – Basketmaker Pictographs
- WACA 161 – Successive Cultures
- WACA 180 – Pai Pictographs
- WACA 209 – The Double Flute Player Petroglyph
- WACA 223 – Petroglyphs By A Seasonal Waterfall
- WACA 268 – Apache Pictographs
- WACA 462 – Verde Incised Style Petroglyphs
- 462 – Panels A & B
- 462 – Panel C
- 462 – Panel D
- 462 – Panel E
- 462 – Panel F
- 462 – Panel G
- 462 – Panel H
- WACA 476 – The Ancient Trail To Water Petroglyphs
- WACA 497 – Sinagua Petroglyphs On A Sandstone Outcrop
- WACA 500 – Faint Traces
- WACA 503 – Sinagua Pictographs