Serpent of Dreams

A Ridge-Top Serpent and Effigy Stones in Northwestern Vermont

Going Up? Boulder at the foot of the trail at Raven Ridge in Monkton, Vermont. Photo by Mike Luoma.
Raven Ridge Parking Area sign, and the entrance to a boardwalk across the wetlands. Raven Ridge, in Monkton, Vermont, is preserved and protected by The Nature Conservancy (Nature.org). Photos by Mike Luoma.
The rocks and bluffs of Raven Ridge, Vermont. Photo by Mike Luoma
Approaching “The Oven” at Raven Ridge. Photo by Mike Luoma.
“The Oven” at Raven Ridge. Photo by Mike Luoma.
Climbing through the Slot Cave Crevice at Raven Ridge. Video Stills. Images by Mike Luoma.
Underneath the suspended boulder in the crevice at Raven Ridge. Video Still. Image by Mike Luoma.
The Sea Serpent’s Fin. On the ridge at Raven Ridge, Vermont. Photo by Mike Luoma.
Look out for the Narwhal? A Narwhal or Turtle Effigy Stone at Raven Ridge, Vermont. Photo by Mike Luoma.
The Fish Effigy Stone at Raven Ridge, Vermont. Photo by Mike Luoma.
The Sea Serpent as seen on Vermont LIDAR. LIDAR map provided to the public by The Vermont Center for Geographic Information through their VT Interactive Map Viewer at https://maps.vermont.gov/. Illustration by Mike Luoma.
Detail of The Fin. Video Stills. Images by Mike Luoma.
A Fish Tail — Not A Fish Tale. Detail on the back end of The Fish Effigy Stone. Video Stills. Images by Mike Luoma.
A possible rockshelter on the ridge at Raven Ridge, Vermont. Photo by Mike Luoma.
An ancient stone wall at Raven Ridge, Vermont. Photo by Mike Luoma
Champ? Is that you? The Sea Serpent Ridge at Raven Ridge. Photo by Mike Luoma.

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