It's said that this desert gets very little rain or wind and that is why the designs have been preserved for so long. I found the natural desert topography to be as interesting as the constructed lines. The patterns visible on the ground look like dried rivulets, despite the fact that this desert gets almost no rain; I think they are beautiful though:
Here you can see a tree on the left, a bird on the right, a modern road cutting through the area and an observation platform (although from what I've heard, you can't see much from the platform).
Near the center of this photo is a parrot. Look for its beak. I don't know what the rectangles connected to it represent.
Again, the hummingbird:
I like the beautiful landscape here; it reminds me of frost on a window. The hummingbird is on the left:
This one is a little harder to see. In the 7:00 position is a shark or an orca: