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Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Black Glyph Hart
baffling petroglyph. Black. Appears as natural aging of the stone, not
paint. With dots, an old glyph.
In the second of the three images
here, it is easy to see two ochre paint markings, enhancing dimensions
of this place. Hart Plateau, Lake County, Douglas Beauchamp 2014