National Geographic : 1931 Jul
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE A HUGE, BEAUTIFULLY ARRANGED SCRIPTURE MONUMENT The upper structure is composed of circular rock platforms on which rest the laboriously carved schist slabs. The mounted Muli kutsau (the king's representative) who erected this sacred pile is at the right. SAUSSUREAS GROWING AMONG SCHIST AT AN ELEVATION OF 16,500 FEET The flower heads in the center of the cone are purple, the rest is white to whitish gray. It grows in company with Meconopsis, a blue poppy, and a blue-flowered crucifer. It is, however, the last plant to be found on the slopes of Mount Jambeyang (see page 65).