I came across this pool in the rock just as a second rain storm approached. The heart-shaped depression was still full from last night’s 1.8 inches. I know because I check the rain gauge. I’m sure the image here is not human-made, yet it is near some prehistoric rock art. The white outline is carbonate deposits from evaporation of previous rainwater, and gravel is washed into it as it fills.
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The approaching rainstorm sweeping like a silvery curtain across the landscape while you watch — that photo captures it the way I remember in the Chihuahuan Desert.