National Geographic : 1952 Sep
A Sculptor's Daddy Longlegs Lies on His Back and Stares at the Sky from anArizona Mesa Top Air Force Captain Peacock and National Geographic photographer Stewart spotted these effigies near Ripley from a helicopter while searching foranAirRescue team's broken-down carryall. Erosion's toll is plainly shown on the left. The cliff's slow retreat has cost the largest figure half his right leg;theother stretches 102feet. Right: The encircled Maltese cross may indicate European influence in the Indian art style (page 392).