I am using some different lighting and will offer a couple points in HD with the new 20 meg macro camera. I am anxious for some "insitu" in the spring ! Do you know what type of Texas points these are? The identification should keep you busy. The last offering was too easy. Ha !
that first pic is an incredible piece.but as i'm about to eat a deer burger with my friend BIG B.T. WHOM is also amazed with that piece.i regret that i dont have the time to do major analysis due to there is more beer drinking to do i will only guess on the first pic.my stab would be zephyr.this is how we roll right before a weekend at chrisners.
Oh buddy. The pic on the right must be papered ( peppered) bacon ! The stuff on the left is certainly Woodland Era ! Have a blast and do provide some great finds. I am in Louisina making bacon so I can screen for a solid week ! Cheers
Nate. Nice point buddy. Did you dig it this weekend at Christners? I am so jealous. No flint for me. Yours is a great example of a Walking Man Frio. A super great find and a fine flaked example.! My first point is Caddo, East Texas Delhi. The second is a Morhiss aka Morrill ( kind looks like a mushroom huh). For those of us stuck in Louisiana with no diggin, all I have is memories but... here I come in the spring ! Keep the great pics coming
at the risk of quoting you idaho ho ho ho i truley believe the morhiss it looks great. i AM wondering why all of those points are the same color? BUT i am having great problems with the first point being a delhi..i will forever call it a zephyr even tho you found it. were you just messin with me. looks like some beveling going on and in the description of the delhi there is no beveling mentioned, but the quality IS DEAD ON NO MATTER WHAT.what a beautifull piece!!!!1