National Geographic : 1949 Dec
777 A Robinson Crusoe in Arnhem Land Types His Notes and Takes His Bedroom Picture Aboriginal paintings decorated writer-photographer Howell Walker's office and dormitory near Oenpelli. Rain never fell, as heavy cobwebs show. Breezes seldom stirred; but at night mosquitoes hummed, hence the folded pet hung over the cot. Barbers were so scarce that Walker had no difficulty posing as a cave man.