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Sunday, April 12, 2009

Long Fingers Ruin

These hand pictographs are located directly across the wash from Long Fingers Ruin.


If you look to the right side of this photo, you will see why this ruin was named Long Fingers.


Here is a very large spiral that is on the canyon wall over looking the Long Finger/Boomerang Ruin site.

Please click on this link to - Beyond Mesa Verde - for information on the Anasazi ruins of Southeastern Utah.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

we were just there and loved the site.

Kairologic said...

I just went there, as well as to Procession Panel, River House, Butler Wash & Signature House, Mesa Verde, Sand Island Panel, Valley of the Gods, and more, as a student of Fort Lewis College's Archaeology Field School on a class-capping field trip of awesomeness.

That spiral is something, no? Great photos, by the way. I love your lighting style. The Teacher's Assistants both thought they saw the hands across the wash, but were unsure of what exactly they were -- yet they knew that the design was cultural. I will surely be going back to the area to explore every ruin I can find. It's all quite amazing.

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