Yengo Country Page 3
In this shelter not only are the markings very faded but the rock walls are slowly but surely breaking away.
I stumbled across this little Bark Shelter/Humpy not to far down the mountain from a rock shelf with engravings.
I guess this would have been done as a demonstration by one of the indigenous groups who use Yengo.
Photo taken before the 2019, 2020 bushfires.
Barely enough sitting room in this little shelter. Very faded but the walls are lined with little figures.
Looking out one end and then the other of this tunnel cave. Lots of vertical lines on one of the walls of the cave,
a tiny little hand stencil out the bigger end of this cave and a couple of very faded Kangaroos around the corner.
This Cave had quite a bit of art done in Charcoal and white ochre inside and on the front overhang but so faded not good for viewing but had only one visible hand stencil.
I'm pretty sure this is an engraving, It's pretty close to being a perfect circle and right out there front of the cave.
What can still be seen in this shelter are a couple of hand stencils and some other figures and markings but very faded. The rock front of image are a couple of sharpening grooves.