Bulwer Mountain Shelter #2 is outside the Maloti-Drakensberg Park and is located in Bulwer.
Interpretation by Celeste Rossouw: The paintings show an eland placed vertically on the rock wall. Several features emphasize the significance of the dying eland as a metaphor for the shaman who 'dies" when entering deep trance. For example, when an eland is dying, it stumbles, lowers its head, sweats profusely, the hair on its back stands erect, and it may bleed from the nose or mouth. Shamans or medicine-men participating in the trance-dance described it as the "Little Death" because they, too, stumbled and fell, sweated, felt as if the hair on their body stood erect, and sometimes experienced bleeding from the nose.