Utah ValleyofFire Petroglyphs made by the first Indian tribe to settle the area

Prime Members Gallery Historical posted on Oct 02, 2022
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The Fremont Indian tribe were the first people to settle the area. Hopi and Zuni Tribes came later and held the art work of the Fremont's as spiritual and their history

Comments (8)


Flint_Hawk 5:14PM | Sun, 02 October 2022

WOW! That must have been amazing to see!


bakapo 11:00PM | Sun, 02 October 2022

whoa, this is seriously cool!


CoolDimension 12:07AM | Mon, 03 October 2022

Very cool capture and composition!


starship64 1:06AM | Mon, 03 October 2022

Cool capture!


RodS 6:50PM | Mon, 03 October 2022

Proof that art can last a very long time!

Great photo, Richard!

OmniFX 10:22PM | Mon, 03 October 2022

That is really cool! Super capture of the Petroglyphs.


ShadowsNTime 8:04AM | Tue, 04 October 2022

For these to have lasted all this time, one must wonder how deeply they were etched in the stone...and how long it took...I am totally awestruck by these, have a million questions...are they a story of the tribe or are they an artist leaving his or her 'painting'...these kind of things touch me deep inside, almost a primal feeling...if I were still a young girl I would climb as far as I could just to touch them, to be able to feel that I think would be amazing...thank you for this one Richard, its a grand capture!


anahata.c 5:17AM | Wed, 12 October 2022

stunning sheer rock face---a wall hitting us in the face! Love how you do this: You're at just right distance from this formidable wall. The native art work 'emerges' as we look at it---i recognize the ancient figures, their geometric forms, and I love how they ascend up the face of this rock as if they were journeying to its center. A massive, foreboding capture, with nearly living figures marching up it...(I love Lynn's response)

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