The pictographs on Crooked Lake are not quite as vivid as the ones on North Hegman lake, but the location is just breathtaking. The cliff face coming up out of the water containing the pictographs creates mirrored images off the water that can look like abstract paintings.
We spent about an hour viewing the area with Jim giving us a little of the history on the area. With no place to stand below the pictographs I wonder if they were done in the winter time when the artist would be able to stand on the ice to create these images. The only other way I can imagine it working is if they were done on a very calm morning.
The combination of the cliffs dropping into the water and the images from so long ago really drive home the fact that you are not the first person to see these sights and that the voyagers so long ago must have stopped and gazed at these same sights.
Song: “Lillian a Portrait in Sound”
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