|Pictures included of both areas of rock art.
The main rock-art image appears almost like an iron-age banjo enclosure, with numerous bulbous structures in positive relief within.
Interpretations vary, but I am of the opinion that the positive relief 'mounds' represent the neighbouring hills (Win hill, Crook hill, Ladybower Tor and the raised areas of Bamford moor to the East), the grooves within, effectively represent the Rivers Ashop and Derwent, and small river from accumulations of water from areas north of Moscar Moor (to the East)
The rock art seems to represent the hills and valleys and rivers before the formation of the Ladybower reservoir...in effect 'a map' in the truest sense.
additional images included of the extra ring-marked art...
Posted by wiccaman9
28th January 2016ce
Edited 28th January 2016ce