Lloyd Kahn’s latest endeavor was to document an art form that is, above all, temporary in nature: driftwood shelters. “I don’t know who the builders are, and they don’t use nails. Most of the structures are gone in a few weeks: wind, rain, or the rangers knock or burn them down,” he said.

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