Update on indigenous painted sand stone

EDavis

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I had posted a while back about these chunks of sandstone I have in my backyard which is a lot and are all indigenous images which I have been trying to figure out a way for everyone to see what I see. I decided to use brown acrylic paint and toothpick to rub over the image. I hope if you look close you we see this art . I have a lot of this in my yard. I really want to know who and how old.
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crashbandicoot

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Sandstone erodes and etches very easily,that,s all I know about sandstone.Where is this found,as a State and North or West part of the State,near any known Native American sites? And what do you see that you,re asking about? All that will help any who try to help you.Do you know why so much of it,s in your yard? Gotta talk to us here,not trying to bust you out!
 

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