Inside my head


Another day of prowling the archives, and I found this, from a trip to England a few years ago.

It wasn’t the grandeur of the cathedral that caught my eye (though it certainly is grand), nor the beautiful music we heard (it was very nice), nor the vast amount of history associated with the place (the building was saved by a deep-sea diver?!)

Nope. It was the way the columns of the great cathedral reminded me of some grain elevators in New Mexico.

Inside my mind? Yeah, it’s scary in there.

Winchester Cathedral
photographed 10.2007

I’m on vacation. And on vacation from the internet. Please go ahead and comment; I’ll get caught up with reading what you’ve got to say, and replying, sometime after July 7.

Posted on June 29, 2013, in Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. Hi, the association is apt for connoisseurs of silos … ( more or less I am one too ) but these were intended to raise souls and not grain !!! thanks for another savvy view of Winchester Cathedral. I read a lot of heavy English history so I have my other associations too…now I’ll go check the deep sea diver bit, an unusual combination.


  2. … wow, what a man that deep sea water Walker !


  3. Hi Melinda, I hope your internet-free vacation is going swimmingly!

    This is rather a surprise to find on your blog. But I was looking at old film yesterday and found a couple that I might process a bit and post, so I understand the impulse. Though not a single one reminds me of silos, churches, or souls. A couple remind me of soles – as in sore feet from bush wacking all day long.


  4. HOLY GRAIN ELEVATORS!!!! Sorry, that’s the best I can come up with since I just came back from vacation myself and used up all my puns on the family. Yes, they are to be pitied but we had fun anyway. Hope you enjoy your time off. It’s feels weird being off the grid, doesn’t it?


  5. sounds kinda entertaining in there!! LOL! If you’re nice, I’ll share some images from inside a hotel I just stayed at in Akron… that was an old grain elevator!!


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