We left the cars in a small side fork of the Karkhur Talh South Branch and started
the ascent to the plateau where we wanted to cross to Ain el Brince, the only well
in the Egyptian and Sudanese part of Uweinat which is a way of more than seven kilometres.
It is very steep and tough to get up and the heat is getting more and more. After
one hour I found a small shelter with some nice engravings of an antelope and a
hunter with bow and arrow. While I took pictures of them and the waypoint with my
GPS I saw an entrance of a cave, just one hundred meters above and I asked Gunther
to have a look at this in the meantime. “Paintings”, he shouted after a while We
all run up and found a cave with a lot of very good shaped paintings on its ceiling.