The Owens Valley has numerous petroglyph site. These petroglyph’s may have been made by the Paiute/Shoshone Indians but arrowheads that date to 10,000 years old have been found in this area, so it is difficult to say who really created them.
In the background is White Mountain Peak, the third tallest in California at 14,252 ft.
Owens Valley, Eastern Sierras, California.
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