First stop was the Spruce Tree House, the easiest tour in the park. I think the cliff dwellings are fascinating, built by the Ancestral Puebloans (formerly known as Anasazis) who lived in this area from 600 to 1300 A.D.
We went on past the Spruce Tree House to hike the Petroglyph Point Trail. It is a 3-mile loop and is the only trail in the park to see petroglyphs. It's a fun hike with a several rocky areas to maneuver through.
I downloaded a new setting into my camera called "Toy." I like what it does with color.
You can click on the photo and make it larger to see more detail of the petroglyphs.