Tin Lebbo Arch, Tashwinat; also known as Tan Loubbou or In Allabu (in some maps).
Wadi Tin Lebbo (In Allabu), near Wadi Tashwinat, is the home of some wonderful cave paintings. Very expressive forms, beautiful colours including red, white and black, elegant human figures, and dotted giraffes. Very modern in style and advanced compositions.
A shaman or a magician or a hunter performing some sort of a ritual or a dance or just chasing an animal.
Two white giraffes dotted with red, Tin Lebbo.
A woman and a horse: powerful relationship.
Life as it was in Tan Lebbo: a woman & a horse, and various animals including two white giraffes.
This painting appears to include two (or more) styles, showing different degrees of skills. It could well mean that the painting was the work of different generations, in that each generation contributed to the composition without affecting the overall look of the painting. Or by different artists from the same generation or period.
Tin Lebbo Rock Arch