National Geographic : 1921 Sep
280 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by R. F. Griggs SPEARING OUR SUPPER AT TIHE FOOT OF TIII SALMON FALLS The salmon here were all the choicest reds, or "sockeyes," which command the highest price on the market. Photograph by R. E. IIelt TAKING MOTION PICTURES OF THE SALMON FALLS Thinking to get pictures of the fish landing at the top of the falls, Mr. Kolb waded out to a favorable position, but as soon as he entered the water the jumping stopped and did not begin till he had waded ashore. As the fish could not see him, nor hear him, they must have detected his presence by the sense of taste; yet he wore rubber boots. rl Ej I- ~w".;p"":~; ~I X", ...