Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Two Faces

The large circle in the picture contains a face that I believe is obvious. The smaller one to the left is much harder to see. But it does show the head of a man looking to the left. He appears to be bald or has a cleanshaven scalp. I can also make out eye, nose and chin. The one above the mine seems to me to be oriental. I can make out shoulders, chin, moustache and possibly headgear.

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Face above mine

After looking at this picture many times I have noticed a face directly above the mine. I feel it is fairly obvious. There is a person looking directly at the camera. If someone has any idea what this face represents or what or who it may resemble or what culture it may be from I would appreciate the feedback. I would like to know more about why this would be in this area. Anything would be appreciated. Thank you.

Saturday, February 2, 2008

Price River and the bookcliffs

This is a view of the bookcliffs mountains with the Price River in the foreground. The bookcliffs were named by John W. Gunnison who was an early US Army topographic engineer and explorer. He came through this area in 1853 following part of the Old Spanish Trail. He was mapping a railroad route to the west. The Price River comes out of Scofield Reservoir and empties into the Green River.