National Geographic : 1961 Aug
KODACHROMEBY ROBERTB. GOODMAN(ABOVE) AND HS EKTACHROMEBY MELVILLEBELL GROSVENOR() N.G.S. Cottages of Stone and Thatch Shelter Cadgwith Fisherfolk Roaming steep, narrow lanes, photog rapher Goodman found Cadgwith im bued with that rare kind of quiet pos sible only in a place where time seems to loiter. "With the fishing boats out for crab and lobster," he says, "villag ers and visitors filled the hours with doorstep sitting, scene watching, and sunning in the cove." Flowers grow before almost every Cornish cottage, if only in a pot hung by the door. Stopping for tea, a girl motorcyclist finds a ship's companionway at the door of this Cadgwith cafe. In Combe Valley, Roger Venables evoked a mouth-watering picture of a Cornish tea: The scones, still warm, are crisp and light; Beside them are dark bramblejelly and bright Red currant,and cream, with crust yellow-white; And the thin bread and butter that manners decree, And a choice of Indian or China tea....