This colorful Anasazi ruin is one of the most photogenic in all of Cedar Mesa. It gets its name from huge pieces of roof which have fallen to the ground like giant tiles. The upper right part of this image reveals an underlying orange layer where it was once black. Notice the large handprints in the center of the alcove roof. These pictographs are typical of those left by the Anasazi throughout the Cedar Mesa area.
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