|The Cieneguilla site is a few miles south of the Santa Fe Airport at the west end of Galisteo Basin.|
I drove up to La Cieneguilla again yesterday. I was climbing up to the rimrock by 6:30, but it was already getting warm, and clambering over the rocks to get close to the petroglyphs was a challenge. It is an effort worth making, however, because of the quantity and variety of rock art on display. The site is particularly renowned for the large number of hunchback flute player images, but there are representatives of a great many of the designs found all along the valley of the Rio Grande and its tributaries.
|Whimsically recumbent Kokopeli|
|The Elk Hunter|