The first panorama is a high-resolution view of Panel A, containing the red pictograph elements. Notice the three dots to the left of the cross – those are carefully-placed dots of paint, not natural elements.
The second panorama contains the charcoal drawings of Panel B, on the right side of the rock face. While difficult to see in the normal view, clicking on the hotspots will bring up enhanced views that show them to greater effect. The hotspot on the right is definite, the one on the left is … maybe. It can sometimes be difficult to differentiate rock imagery from natural color variations in the rock face.