moon shaped rock painting, pinturas rupestres

In the cave paintings are symbolized humans, animals (mostly female and they believed to improve fertility of the animals painted) and the environment and represents the normal behavior of the authorities and their interaction with the creatures of environment and their deities. Among the key figures in these graphs are present images bison, horses, mammoths, deer and reindeer, While the marks of hands also occupy a significant percentage. Often injured animals are shown by arrows. The grounds and materials that were developed with various rock paintings are very similar, despite the thousands of miles away and thousands of years in time. All human groups that depended on hunting and gathering fruit made this kind of work painting.

Direction Walk 0.03 km or 0 mins south west from last photo
Location Cafayate, Jujuy and Salta Provinces, Argentina, South America
Info F 2.8 1/60 ISO 80 with Canon PowerShot G9
Keywords Aftersleep, Argentina, Cafayate, Landscape, Longest Journey, Outdoor, South America, Subject
Continent South America Country Argentina
State Jujuy and Salta Provinces City Cafayate
Weather Sunny Temperature Cool
Event Longest Journey Day Quebrada de Cafayate
Activity Rio Colorado Date 2009:10:04 12:09:58
Make Canon Model Canon PowerShot G9
Rating 3 Lens 7.4-44.4 mm
Flash On, Red-eye reduction Focal 7.4 mm
Exposure 1/60 F Number 2.8
ISO 80 White Bal. Auto
Metering Multi-segment Compensation 0
Hyperfocal 3.04 m Latitude -26.0841333333333
Longitude -66.0109138888889 Altitude 1792.408203 m
File Size 7.6 MB
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