'The Tsodilo Hills, Botswana’s only Unesco World Heritage Site, are sometimes referred to as the ‘Louvre of the Desert’. More than 4000 ancient paintings, many dating back thousands of years, adorn the caves and cliffs of
Above are individuals holding mushrooms, drawn in a cave in Tassili, Algeria. In the same cave some sort of bee-faced shaman is depicted, with mushroom-looking objects sprouting out of his shoulders and legs.
Head of a bison. This is an excellent photograph from the display at the Altamira Museum, and shows the care and attention to detail of the artists commissioned to make copies of the original Altamira paintings. Photo: Ernesto Lazo via Picasa