Al Naslaa is one of the most photogenic petroglyphs we have seen. The uniform slit between the two standing stones and the flat faces are completely natural.
This close-up shows the elegance of the Arabian horse, the only figure on this massive rock face.
Jebel Habib is another half dome with a large flat surface ideal for carving petroglyphs. It is in a beautiful setting with sand drifting like waves on a seashore against the rock face.
Uqulqh is a large sandstone outcrop not far from the ancient city of Tayma. It features Arabian horses with tasseled tails that resemble those of donkeys or camels.
When one approaches this massive half-dome, one is struck by the beauty of the sandstone and the desert around it. The sand seems to sweep up around it like waves along the seashore.
This pretty panel has three very elegant Arabian horses depicted, with the central figure being the largest.