First in a series on the Rock Art Shelters in Val Verde County and the Ancients that lived here and drew these utilitarian pictographs. The first in the series will focus on the topography, landscape, rivers, canyons and 25 shelters.
About the AuthorEmile Abbott
I have been doing photography since mid 1960's moved to digital in 1990's currently using Canon EOS 1D Mark IV, Canon 5D, Canon 20D, Canon L lenses and Sigma Macro Lenses. Photographed in Australia, Japan, Thailand, Taiwan, China, Korea, Equador, Italy, France, Spain, Canada, BVI and USA. Types include Landscape, sports, action, bull rides, rodeo, fashion, glamor, portraits, animals, pets, macro, medical, fauna, flora, adventure, polar bears, rock art and just about anything you can think of capturing. Capturing the emotion of the moment or place and incorporating all the technical components of composition, exposure, light, design elements, focus, DOF and digital darkroom work are utilized and important in my work. I hope you enjoy.
Publish Date February 11, 2011
Tags Rock Art, Val Verde County, Pecos River, Devils River, Rio Grande River, Canyon Lands, Ancient Meso-Americans, Pecos River Style Pictograph, Red Linear Pictographs, Red Monochrome Pictographs, Historic Style Pictographs, Texas, Library, History, Reference, Education