Chumash legends tell of how swordfish, "elhewu'n," would work together and drive a whale to the beach too feed the Chumash people. Rock art honoring the swordfish has been found one the grounds off the Chumash Indian Museum in Thousand Oaks. While today damaged and baffle visible following a destructive brushfire, it was clearly visible years ago. During a gathering at the museum in 2011 a Chumash swordfish dance was presented by David Paul Dominguez, Santa Ynez Chumash. I photographed both the dance and the petroglyph and created this digital photo illustration.
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