National Geographic : 1929 Jan
MAPPING THE HOME OF THE GREAT BROWN BEAR THE AMPHIBIAN SWIMS PAST DANA VOLCANO For short trips around Canoe Bay the Honukai was most useful. Looking down one evening from the snowy heights in the background of this picture, the party saw a marvelous display of color in this part of the bay, as the water reflected the myriad tints of the mountains. BED TARPAULINS WERE SACRIFICED FOR PHOTOGRAPHY Since it was impracticable to set up the black-cloth dark room in his tent, Mr. Stewart put it outside and covered it with the waterproof canvas intended to keep the bedding dry. So powerful was the wind that the seams of this makeshift had to be turned in to prevent the opening of light leaks. The taking of pictures was not so difficult, but how to get them developed was a real problem.