National Geographic : 1933 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE © A. J. Villiers COMING ABOARD IN "SHEETS"! The camera, to its later detriment, caught a heavy sea in the very act of "dolloping" aboard over the rail. The photographer was well soaked and the camera never was the same again! At such a time life lines and nets are useful. © A. J. Villiers DECKS AWASH AND RUNNING IIEAVILY The main deck of the Parma is heavily awash in very bad weather between New Zealand and Cape Horn-the kind of weather in which the vessel was broached to and came perilously near to going down (see text, page 16). In the right foreground a sailor clings to the rail as he makes his way aft.