National Geographic : 1935 Nov
SINationalGeographic Society Finlay Photograph by Bernard F.Rogers, Jr. EVERY HOUSEWIFE IS A GARDENER AND FLOWERS BLOOM NINE MONTHS OF THE YEAR ALONG THE ANTRIM COAST This lady's garden plot is 150 miles nearer the North Pole than bleak Battle Harbor, Labrador, yet shegrows nasturtiums, tulips, and marigolds in profusion. Green pastures and fields in this vicinity show little sign of over-cropping. "Ditches," or bush-covered earth fences, climb the hillside above the cluster of red-roofed houses in the distance (see Plate VI). Ballygalley Head drops into the sea to theleft.