Petroglyphs and pictographs have always fascinated me. Why would they not, as like writers, they are telling a story. It is up to us to determine what that story is even as the Native American people usually have ideas but they aren't always the same.
The following are all in the Columbia River Gorge at Columbia Hills State Park. Some have always been where they are today. Some were saved from Petroglyph Canyon when it was flooded by the Dalles Dam.
And for me, of all the many petroglyphs I have seen, the ultimate one that had been on my list was Tsagagalal, She Who Watches. She has set above the Columbia River many years and today can only be seen on an arranged tour. Her story would have to be an interesting one as to why she was created to be where she is and all that she's seen since that time.