Steve Walny is an experienced REALTOR® in Bucks County, PA. Having 30 years of Licensure & Experience has taught me a thing or two - one of which is, you can never learn enough. I first obtained my license for NJ in 1984, PA in 1999 & most recently FL in 2014 and in all of the time have found that Bucks & Hunterdon Counties are my favorite areas to live & work. Take a look at www.FindBucksCountyProperties.com for further details ...
I was out and about yesterday, Sunday, looking to take a few photos to use for the ActiveRain Community Sponsor Page I just acquired for Doylestown Borough. While walking around town, recalling the various homes I've seen over the years and trying to pickout which one could perhaps be representative of the town - to hopefully tell a bit of a story in one picture, a few thoughts came to me ...
First of all - it'd be quite unfair of me to single out any one residence, unique or not. Just think how the other homes would feel, being left out?? Yes, I really do think about those sort of things, at times. Besides, I didn't want to disturb the residents of whichever home to ask permission, on a Sunday!
Secondly, it's impossible to tell an entire story with simply one photo - granted there are exceptions, but I don't qualify to work as a photographer for National Geographic.
And, Hmmm I'm not the only one who's out but not raiding the grocery store shelves, given the weather forecast - which as you see has been spot on. The town was a buzz with activity - but "nice" activity at that, not the frantic run about that most of us do in our daily lives. People were out and about enjoying the day; walking their dog, stopping by at the coffee shop, window shopping, catching an afternoon film at the County Theater, touring through the Mercer Museum or Fonthill Castle, and so on ... Simply Being!
So, I opted for the collage you see above of various buildings that frame our daily life in Doylestown, PA.
As I continued to take photos, still trying to ignore that my self-imposed goal is not possible,
I realized how fortunate I am to be able to see everyday people doing everyday things
in a beautiful everyday town.
Isn't that at least partially what America is?
Without planning to - I captured everything I wanted to, for me anyway...
If you, or someone you know, would like to learn more about living in Doylestown or Bucks County, Pennsylvania please forward this to them - who knows, perhaps it may be the start their story here in our town.
The snow just getting underway ~
as I type, this is my view out back
Thank You for Reading,
. . . A Contrasting Point of View