National Geographic : 1935 Jan
THE AZORES, COMMUNICATIONS HUB OF TIE ATLANTIC THE STOCK MARKET BECOMES ACTIVE ON THE TABLELAND NEAR FURNAS Lands are owned principally by wealthy proprietors who lease the grazing privileges. In summer, when cattle pasture in the hills, rent is based on herd size; when they feed on lowland fields in winter, charges depend on the area occupied. Long poles, instead of whips, are used in driving cattle. © National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by Wilhelm Tobien THE PHOTOGRAPHER'S ARRIVAL HALTS PLAY AROUND THE VILLAGE FOUNTAIN Sete Cidades, home of these healthy youngsters, nestles in the bottom of a volcanic bowl on Sao Miguel near two adjacent lakes, one emerald green, and the other deep blue. A family water cask fills beneath the spigot.