These ancient rock art images date back anywhere from 800 to 1,200 years old. They were most likely left by the ancestors of the modern day Pueblo Indians here in the Southwest. This site is in Southern Utah.
It’s like he’s one of those forgotten characters from the past. This man has spent his entire life in the hills, sometimes for weeks, alone. He is a storyteller full of vision and insight. If you sit next to him you will learn about the mysteries of the wild and the strange things that lurk on the edges of civilization.
This is shot from the FZ5 at around 300mm. Zion National Park is about 26 miles from where I took this picture, which was in Hurricane, Utah. It was hand held too, which means Panasonic’s image stabilizing technology works pretty well! I love the Panasonic line of cameras. My only criteria is that they have a Leica lens! I’m very happy with my little FZ5!
Not to many clouds in the sky on the day that I shot this!