1. Can anyone of the members find out if the photo of the native head was photo shopped?
2. I don't know if such a large image of a person would be done by first nation people.
I am suspect of the photo of the native head recently on the site and even if it is a natural accident of nature it is as Rick O says, pretty cool.
Discussion is good and that what this site is about when it comes to ancient things. No first nation cultures created any Sphinx and the sculptor of Crazy Horse who worked on Mt. Rushmore was not native, though I respect his artistic vision in honoring the holy man. They say at the museum of his work that he was asked to honor this legendary figure by people of his tribe in the century after his death. It is said had
requested no honors should be made of him after his death, at least according to the book by Mari Sandoz, and the relatives of Crazy Horse buried his remains in a secret place. Some conflict there of ideas, but that may be just the difference between art and religion. It is wonderful when the two areas come together, as in the Last Supper by Leonardo.
I believe I was sent this photo by Ross Hamilton of the Serpent Mound in Adams County, Ohio. Due to budget cuts services and programs at this site are greatly curtailed. If Donald Trump is visiting this site maybe he can help.