One Farmer's Magical Woods Filled With Incredible Art
As adults we can get swept up in the craziness of our days and miss wonderful things right before our eyes. But a child delightfully notices all the beauty and wonder of the world. Seven-year-old Douglas Geis' imagination allows him to see more than most. In woods near Waldoboro, Maine, Douglas shows off his grandfather's art. Nate Nicholls, Douglas' grandfather, created sculptures and art out of old metal pieces and debris. Made with heart and soul as gifts to his family, he hid a piece of art in the woods every day for 25 years. What look like pieces of metal to some people are mermaids, time machines and lions to kids (or adults) with beautiful imaginations. Sadly, while making his (last) masterpiece, Nate 's heart failed and he passed away. To keep his legacy alive his kids hope to open of the woods to the public.