Off in western Colorado is a small canyon that cuts through sandstone with a unique set of blue and red pictographs.
Shaped like carrots, these "Carrot Men" are believed to have been created by the Archaic peoples somewhere between 3000 BCE and 100 years ago. The square shoulders and tapering body pictographs are categorized as the Barrier Canyon Style. Fremont and Ute people left their marks here, too. The blue pigment is possibly from azurite, and the red is from an iron-bearing ore.
No directions to this very special site. Take only photographs and leave only footprints.