National Geographic June 1928
Photographing the Marvels of the West in Colors
Working with natural- color plates is an arduous but satisfying process when it captures the vivid red rocks of Bryce Canyon, Utah, and the brilliant amethyst of cactus blossoms.
The Mysterious Tomb of a Giant Meteorite
At 570 feet deep and 4, 200 feet across, the giant Meteor Crater near Winslow, Arizona reigns as America’s most imposing reminder of activity in our solar system.
So Big Texas
Boisterous and breezy, Texans combine cowboy culture with booming business, agriculture, and leisure.
Holidays with Humming Birds
Patient observation reveals distinct facts about humming birds – – their preferences, personalities, and behaviors.
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