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More big bubbles and fractures in the rocks A bush of some kind manages to grow up on top of these rocks at the mouth of Saddle Horse CanyonThumbnailsOne of several rock shelters in the Hole-in-the-wall areaA bush of some kind manages to grow up on top of these rocks at the mouth of Saddle Horse CanyonThumbnailsOne of several rock shelters in the Hole-in-the-wall areaA bush of some kind manages to grow up on top of these rocks at the mouth of Saddle Horse CanyonThumbnailsOne of several rock shelters in the Hole-in-the-wall areaA bush of some kind manages to grow up on top of these rocks at the mouth of Saddle Horse CanyonThumbnailsOne of several rock shelters in the Hole-in-the-wall areaA bush of some kind manages to grow up on top of these rocks at the mouth of Saddle Horse CanyonThumbnailsOne of several rock shelters in the Hole-in-the-wall areaA bush of some kind manages to grow up on top of these rocks at the mouth of Saddle Horse CanyonThumbnailsOne of several rock shelters in the Hole-in-the-wall area

If you stare at the left outcrop long enough, you might start imagining a lizard head. Funny how rocks can be so evocative...