Last September we went hiking at Peter’s Kill in Minewaska State Park ( NY) and I felt in love with Nature’s esthetic and ingenious way against erosion. Trees were wrapping their roots around massive rocks allowing smaller plants to spread in between and hold the dirt.
A mixture of moss and pebbles of all sizes were creating a mosaic of whimsical patterns .
I came back that day wishing I could bring the mountain and all the Faeries home with me.
For about nine and a half month I kept sketching the front of our home constantly referring to the hiking memory.
We found a very talented landscaper and stone mason who captured my wish in a blink and made a dream come true.(www.rocmason.com)
Now all we have to do is add moss and some plants.
There is nothing like using natural materials. The stone power speaks for itself.