The downside of the back of Black Rocks being easily accessible, is that it is well visited; and sometimes not by those who would take the best care of it. As a result, there is a fair amount of graffiti. Thankfully, it is not the spray paint kind of graffiti, but the 'name carved in rock' kind. Looking around, some of it appears to date back quite a while.
One wonders whether Messrs Bircumshaw, Eyre, Kew and Abbott were a quartet of local lads hanging around up here in 1910. If they were young men at the time, it would not be long before they were living in a world embroiled in war.
At some point, a more artistic chiseller has etched out this horses head. It's certainly more recognisable than anything I could have drawn, even on paper!
The last one is undisputably modern. Console gaming meets outdoor adventure.
What do you think? Artistic expression or criminal damage?