|Another tool of
the cave rock artist: Light.
In this realm, one needs to bring their own light source. And whether it's flashlight or flame, one thing stays the same: As you change the position and intensity of lumens, what you see changes. What you saw a minute ago may be seem to be gone. Or conversely, new things may become visible.
In this image, we see a new layer. We see that the eye of the horse doubles as the much smaller) head of a different large mammal. An animal along the lines of a caribou. Worth mentioning at this point is that a mandible from a Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus) was recovered from this site. The mandible is documented with an AMS C14 of 20,550 CALYBP