Digital George Stow
Institution : Iziko (no number assigned)
Size : 676mmx507mm
Description : Four antelope, two figures carrying sticks [one in pencil outline only], large circular shape and two rows of dots. No annotations.
Verso : "No 19"
Description in published source : "PLATE 11
LOCALITY.- From the banks of the Waku, near the Windvogelberg.
SITE.- Not found. There is a large rock-shelter on the left bank of the Waku river
Above the Cathcart-Queenstown road, but the rock as crumbled away to such an extent that no identification of a painting was possible.
EXPLANATION.- Stow wrote, 'Bushmen waylaying bucks drinking from a pool.'
A Bushman said of it, 'Kudu vlei'. Vlei is the South African term for shallow pool which dries up in hot weather; the rings are mud drying in hard ridges. The bucks must be females, the males have long horns. The dots ae like spoor or a path.
Dimensions: 18 3/4 x 26 1/2 inches
Colour of right-hand man is brown." (Bleek)
Published : "Rock Paintings in SA" plate 11
Locality : Waku, Windvogelberg