“Boulder #7, Wees Bar Petroglyph Field, 1974,” a black and white photograph by Jan Boles. Wees Bar is on the Snake River not far downstream from Swan Falls Dam in what is now the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. This photograph was part of “Reflections/Refractions,” an exhibition at the College of Idaho in 1984. It is emblematic of Boles’ photographic work.
“Boulder #7, Wees Bar Petroglyph Field, 1974,” a black and white photograph by Jan Boles. Wees Bar is on the Snake River not far downstream from Swan Falls Dam in what is now the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. This photograph was part of “Reflections/Refractions,” an exhibition at the College of Idaho in 1984. It is emblematic of Boles’ photographic work. Jan Boles Jan Boles
“Boulder #7, Wees Bar Petroglyph Field, 1974,” a black and white photograph by Jan Boles. Wees Bar is on the Snake River not far downstream from Swan Falls Dam in what is now the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. This photograph was part of “Reflections/Refractions,” an exhibition at the College of Idaho in 1984. It is emblematic of Boles’ photographic work. Jan Boles Jan Boles

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