National Geographic : 1922 Mar
KAREN LADIES POSED FOR THEIR PICTURES BY AN OFFICIOUS HEADMAN The lady on the right is determined that the evil eye shall not fall on her infant. The taking of photographs was bynomeans aneasy matter in the earliest days of the British occupation. It was looked upon as white magic (see text, page 313). One day achief upon being invited to look at the focusing glass exclaimed, "Why, they're all upside down!" The women took on a conscious attitude onthespot, and themen shifted their feet uneasily, all of them adopting a stained-glass attitude.