Fremont Indians were also active in Utah especially in the Dinosaur National Monument region during 650-1250. This Solidly-Pecked Fremont Figure with its trapezoidal-type body, bucket head and adjoining concentric circle on red rock is typical of the Fremont style. One interpretation of concentric circles is that they serve as a tunnel or passageway for shamans to travel to other worlds. Photographing this petroglyph, located about 100 feet up on a narrow ledge just wide enough to walk on, was a challenge. Access to the ledge was gained by coming up the backside of the cliff, walking gingerly on the ledge with camera and tripod and then photographing the 3 foot high petroglyph with a wide-angle lens less than 2 feet away from the cliff surface.