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I took some artistic license with this. I featured Fall / Autumn leaves swirling down from trees near a rhinoceros with a symbiotic bird on its back. (Fact: small birds sit on top of rhinoceros and eat parasites off of their hide.)
I created this using GIMP 2.8.22.
The vintage images are from an Internet search. (See the side of my blog for links.)
I tried to follow the path on the trail map to reach the Devil's Oven, but there were steep rocky drop offs that seemed impassable, so I walked along the water's edge instead. After walking for some distance, I reached a point where I decided to give up finding it and turn back. I walked up to higher ground to look around and by sheer luck found the trail marker that pointed to the Devil's Oven right there.
I had to climb a very steep hill / cliff to reach the Devil's Oven, but by then I was too fatigued to hike all the way up to it. I need to come back here again.