|A few petroglyphs from Valcamonica
|Photographs taken in October 2002, at
Foppe di Nadro
one of the dozens of sites in the Camonica valley (Province of Brescia), Northern Italy.
These are just a tiny sample, taken at random among the hundreds (or thousands?) of petroglyphs which have been engraved, allegedly throughout the past 10 millenia.
The flat, glacier-polished, stone slabs almost seem as if they were sprinkled amongst the trees of this charming wild chestnut grove.
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the full-scale original picture.
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