Ancient Aboriginal Rock Art in the caves at Wary Bay, Bigge Island, Kimberley, Western Australia. The paintings include examples of first contact art and Wandjina figures. The rock art was created by the Wunambal people. Photo courtesy & taken by John Benwell.

Ancient Aboriginal Rock Art in the caves at Wary Bay, Bigge Island, Kimberley, Western Australia. The paintings include examples of first contact art and Wandjina figures. The rock art was created by the Wunambal people. Photo courtesy & taken by John Benwell.

A petroglyph of the Monster Slayer, one of the Hero Twins. This petroglyph was created by the Dinetah, the ancestors of the Navajo people. Largo Canyon, New Mexico.  Copyright:Adam Schallau

A petroglyph of the Monster Slayer, one of the Hero Twins. This petroglyph was created by the Dinetah, the ancestors of the Navajo people. Largo Canyon, New Mexico. Copyright:Adam Schallau

Meteor Shaman, San Rafael Swell, SE Utah; photo by John Mumaw.[Pictograph depicts a shaman holding a snake as spirit images fly about. JE]

Meteor Shaman, San Rafael Swell, SE Utah; photo by John Mumaw.[Pictograph depicts a shaman holding a snake as spirit images fly about. JE]

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