Friday, August 29, 2008

Many Faces

I can see a lot of faces at this location. I'm not sure I captured them all in this image but there are still some very good ones. I can see a horsehead, a profile, what looks to me like a pigs face representing the nostrils of the horsehead, a loose rock in the eye of the profile on the right, numbers and x's and just a lot of images.

Monday, August 25, 2008


In my research it seems that a platypus is the closest to what this rock art formation represents. I don't know what significance historically in various cultures the platypus has but I am certain that there is some significance. This does not happen with natural erosion. This was done on purpose by man. I do not believe it was the Spanish. I believe it was far more ancient than that. I wish I knew what culture did this but I don't and I am open to suggestion or education if you will. Please tell me. If I am mistaken and this is not a platypus then again please tell me what it is.

Monday, August 18, 2008

Man made rock formation

To me this is another man made rock formation. I really doubt that nature made a rock formation such as this to stand out like it does. It looks more like a fortification or an observation point. This is just a couple of ideas that I have. Of course I don't know for sure what it is but I am convinced that erosion caused by wind and water would not create a rock formation that forms a perfect 90 degree angle. The evidence for natural erosion by wind and water is just not there for me. It was probably made by man out some sort of cement.

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Could be a poodle dog.

The more I look at this rock formation the more I believe it looks like a dog. Others may see something else. I would like to know what other see if they are willing to share. I saw quite a few rock sculptures not really too far from this one. In fact it is not too far from the gorilla I posted just a couple of posts ago.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Little Cedar Mountain

This is Little Cedar Mountain in Emery County viewed from Cedar Mountain near the overlook. It's not art in that it doen't resemble a man's face or any animal. It is a landscape picture. But if you look at the top of the point of the mountain there is a white rock that stands out. I believe that rock was not put there naturally. Someone put it there on purpose. I don't know why it was put there. It may just be a trail marker.

Saturday, August 2, 2008


One couldn't ask for a better sculpture of a gorilla. Is it just the head of a gorilla or is it a full-bodied sculpture? Sculptures such as these are plentiful where a suitable rock formations are available. It gives the artist plenty of "clay" to work with.