National Geographic : 1935 May
652 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE STEPHEN ISLAND'S RARE VISITORS MUST CLIMB THESE PRECARIOUS STEPS When seas are calm, landing is easy. Heavy supplies for the lighthouse keepers are lifted ashore by the derrick set on the stone foundation. The long flight of steps leads up to gentler slopes above, where a path zigzags to the lighthouse. In rough weather big seas smash against the rocks, smothering the landing place with spray (see text, page 655). 1 _ :.1 .