Petroglyphs in Loa Valley near Lasana, Region II, Chile
These petroglyphs are thought to have been made by the Atacameño culture between 400 and 1500AD, some may be older. More images of other petroglyphs in the Lasana valley are available if interested.
Photograph ID: Lasana2016D25
Photo © James Brunker, Magical Andes Photography 2016
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Photograph size: 20.4 Mpixels (58.2 MB uncompressed) - 5526x3684 pixels (18.4x12.2 in / 46.8x31.2 cm at 300 ppi)
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