As many of you know I am a big hiker/walker. With my health issues this year getting out in nature is a delight, whatever the temperature. I feel the weight of worries lift off my shoulders being out in nature and all around me I see beauty in sometimes the smallest things and sometimes the largest bigger picture view.
Sometimes it is the sun rising upon the tree tops, the greys and blues changing to light filled orange tree tops and grass a vivid green rolling down a hill. Other times, it is the moss around the roots of a trunk or settled over a rock beside the path.
I realize as an antiques dealer my eyes look for beauty as I walk around. And I am always amused by discussions on what is art. Maybe you read about the banana on a wall that is considered art and how another artist ate it. Which the orginal artist said was OK, and replaced the banana with another.
So, yesterday, I was out walking and came across the following lying at the side of a road, and wondered, is it art or trash? All depends on your point of view I guess. What will you pay me for it?
Sometimes it is hard to know what something is, but when looking for homes we all know when we see it. If you need help finding a home in Tredyffrin Easttown or on or around the Main Line, contact Nick Vandekar, Selling The Main Line with Long & foster Real Estate, Inc., office 610-225-7400, cell or text 610-203-4543, email Nick@VandekarTeam.com, website www.SellingTheMainLine.com.