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A little higher, I approach a face-like rock formation in the foreground at my left I continue hiking up what's left of the old road up Keystone CanyonThumbnailsI get my first view of the old mine site at the bottom of New York MountainI continue hiking up what's left of the old road up Keystone CanyonThumbnailsI get my first view of the old mine site at the bottom of New York MountainI continue hiking up what's left of the old road up Keystone CanyonThumbnailsI get my first view of the old mine site at the bottom of New York MountainI continue hiking up what's left of the old road up Keystone CanyonThumbnailsI get my first view of the old mine site at the bottom of New York MountainI continue hiking up what's left of the old road up Keystone CanyonThumbnailsI get my first view of the old mine site at the bottom of New York Mountain

Two widely set eyes frame a flattened pug-like nose. I'm sure the natives who once inhabited these lands had special names for rocks like these.