Nature worth millions
February 25, 2009
Nature as the most expensive commodity… the privilege of the rich… Who would have thought that back when poor folks lived in the forest and the suburb, poaching the Kings tail and feathers?
Back then most people wanted in on the city life; best if you could have a house next to the Church and facing the plaza; but then every one with a bit of money began leaving again. The Church was suddenly empty and water front was the property to get; down town became a place for pimps and pushers trying to tickle the king’s nose with a plume.
Nature has a late recognition, almost like that of some dead artists; he or she is not going to produce any more paintings so the previous work – if good – soars in value.
Mother Nature is loosing her brush and color and now she is worth millions.