National Geographic : 1927 Jul
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by Geo. Finlay Simmons TREASURE ISLAND AT LAST! The north end of distant South Trinidad rises for a thousand feet out of forbidding, to form Cockscomb Ridge and Obelisk Spire. the sea, bare and Photograph by Robert H. Rockwell FROM THE HEIGHT OF DESIRE, 2,000 FEET ABOVE THE SEA: TRINIDAD One looks over Scott Peak and Serpentine Ridge toward Sugarloaf, 1,2oo feet high, beyond which the sea beats at the foot of Noah's Ark. Between Sugarloaf and Scott Peak lie the Twins, Bingham and Sentinel. One lot of treasure chests is said to be buried in the shadow beyond Sentinel (see text, page 28).