Photographer: Sarah Beckwith
A third can be found on a rock formation in New Mexico that today is part of El Morro National Monument. On this sandstone bluff can be found inscriptions from Spanish and English travelers dating back to 1605.
Those carvings pictured above can be found at the point of El Morro (which translates to "the headland."). They include "old Spanish carvings as well as English carved by members of the 1868 Union Pacific Railroad survey," according to the National Park Service.On the Web: www.nps.gov/elmo