I had the opportunity to visit Nine Mile Canyon in Utah. This canyon was the home of the Fremont Indians who lived there up to 8,000 years ago. They left behind a vivid reminder of the lives they lived and the things that they felt were important. They left pictograph’s and petroglyph’s frequently on the walls throughout the canyon and if you get out and hike, you may find an occasional granary, pit dwelling or Indian village throughout the canyon.
Pictures of pictograph’s and petroglyph’s like the Hunter’s Panel are a great shot that can be sold to various sources (i.e. Postcards, guidebooks, magazines, posters, framed pictures, photo contests, etc.). I have included this in my stock portfolio on iStockphoto.com.
Don’t forget the tax benefits of donating large prints to a university, museum, etc.