Art for the Afterlife? Photograph by Sisse Brimberg
Moose and deer adorn the rubbing of an ancient petroglyph found at a Sythian burial mound, or kurgan. A number of rock slabs with petroglyphs were brought here from nearby cliffs. Dating to the 7th century B.C., they were created at roughly the same time as the kurgan.
Camera: Nikon F100 Film Type: Fujichrome Provia 100 Lens: 28mm Speed and F-Stop: 1/500 @ f/8
Weather Conditions: Sunny day Time of Day: Late morning Lighting Techniques: Available light Special Equipment or Comments: Rubbing was made by a specialist.