A tiny cob house in England where the sunlight dances on the wall.


Something magical happens when sunlight dances of the surface of water making patterns on the wall. It's all the more beautiful when the wall is in a natural home. This video (right) shows you how. The tiny cob shelter was built by Michael Buck on his farm in Deddington, England. The door faces south allowing the sunlight to dance of the surface of a bowl of water he keeps there on the floor. At harvest time Michael turns the bowl upside down and uses it to hand thresh wheat. Here's another cob house built by Michael.