LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Below are links to all the illustrations on the
site, listed by topic.
To return to this page after each photo, choose the "List
of Illustrations" link.
The Secret of Aerial Archaeology
Photos showing the difference between ground and aerial views:
photo of a person standing in a field of rocks
view of the same field, showing the true pattern
Ground photo of a buried pueblo (town) site, showing ground clutter
photo of the same site, showing the layout of the buried town
Aerial Archaeology in Mexico: the Casas Grandes/Cerros de
Trincheras Aerial Photo Expedition
showing distribution of Cerros de Trincheras sites
Vertical aerial photographs of cerros de trincheras (entrenched
mountain) archaeological sites:
Vidal (showing concentric stone rings around a hilltop)
Juanaqueña (showing stone rings and terracing)
El Gallo (showing stone rings around a hill)
Mysteries of Chaco: The Aerial Perspective
showing the ancient Chaco culture area
Aerial photo of Pueblo Bonito ruin in Chaco Canyon
photo of a Chaco aureola (mystery circle)
Technical Discussions: What makes an archaeological site visible
from the air?
Shadow sites: Pueblo She'
Vegetation patterns: Sapawe Pueblo
Ground colors and textures: Mystery stone designs
Historical Notes: The 1927 Aerial Photography of a Wisconsin
view of the Wehmhoff effigy mound.
1927 Aerial Photo of the Wehmhoff Effigy Mound
Man in biplane, showing difficulty of shooting a camera through