'Winged Monster' Rock Art Finally Deciphered
Black Dragon Canyon is one of my favorite rock art sites. It's named after a winged figure that early rock art aficionados thought they saw and then outlined with chalk.
"I myself visited the site in person a few years ago," said Phil Senter, an associate professor of biology at Fayetteville State University in North Carolina, who was not associated with the study. "There's no pterodactyl there at all. It's a collection of other images."
This has been known for quite a while, but the images they were able to tease out of DStretch (see earlier post here) are stunning.
|from the article|
|another of mine run through DStretch|