Halo Shelter (also known as Dead Man’s Canyon or Clary Shelter) was so named for the number of figures whose hair literally stands on end, separated from the skull be a gap that creates a halo effect. This small shelter is on a steep tributary to the Devils River, in an area where the bedrock is not conducive to the formation of caves or large overhangs. A wide variety of themes are represented, including flight metaphors, feline transformations, and grotesques.
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