'CAPE CORNWALL' | Kurt Jackson: 'A chimney of warm brick, weathered by wind and rain, has stood for nearly a hundred and fifty years. Otherwise the mine has left few relics. It was never a large one, most of the workings were under the sea, the engine house has long since gone. Where the land falls away, granite and killas drop steeply to the waves. Hardly possible, it seems, that anything should grow there. Yet the upper slope is rough with heather and bright with wild flowers.' ✫ღ⊰n
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Looking like a jewel box at dusk, Scott Stafne’s Cantilever House rests easy in the woods near Granite Falls, Washington. The strong and sturdy house, designed by Anderson Anderson Architecture, acts as a warm respite from the elements when the weather won’t cooperate, which is often—horizontal rain and whipping winds can be the norm. Photo by John Clark. Photo by: John Clark