Yucca, Canyonlands National Park
Fibers curl from the leaf margin of a Yucca in the canyon lands of Utah. Such filaments were made into cordage by the Anasazi and applied to uses from snares to clothing and possibly as rope to assist in access to cliff dwellings.
Image Dimensions: 7234 x 4789
Location Georeference: 38.3917, -109.7766
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