National Geographic July 1913
Wild Animals That Took Their Own Pictures by Day and by Night
A strategically placed camera is rigged to capture images of elusive wildlife without requiring the immediate presence of the photographer.
In Burma ( Myanmar) , the road less traveled – – outside the triangular tourists’ path bounded by Rangoon ( Yangon) , Mandalay, and Prome ( Pyay) – – is filled with diverse tribes living as they did a thousand years ago.
Scenes in Out- of- the- Way Places
Peoples of Kashmir, Albania, Madagascar, and the shores of Lake Baikal are profiled.
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