Sky Rock petroglyphs
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 35696x17848
Taken: 23/02/2014
Uploaded: 28/02/2014
Updated: 14/10/2014


Tags: petroglyphs
  • Allan Der 7 months ago
    9k317, Thanks for changing the location, will you be so kind as to remove the GPS location on your other glyphs?
  • Allan Der 7 months ago
    Great pano. I too have many glyph images here and in the area. I don't share information like this to the public, it invites vandalism and damage. Please consider moving the location to... say the Owens River or Bishop, removing the image or making it private. We have had much damage to other sites nearby already because of public location information.
  • Ryan 7 months ago
    I just reported this. Its already linked to google earth, and it took me about 2 minutes to find, which is bad considering its location should be secret. 9k317, please take this down. It'll do more harm than good.
  • Tony 8 months ago
    This is an absolutely terrible idea to map this location. It's location is mostly unknown but thanks to you, the same scumbags who defaced the Fish Slough glyphs will know just where to go to find this. Please reconsider publicizing this location.
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