Thursday, September 4, 2008

Rough Seas

The spire of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church bobs on the waves of a kudzu sea. It's not going under for the last time, really. It just seems that way when I'm looking up from the bottom of the embankment on Jackson Avenue. This is another section of the kudzu zone I showed yesterday.

11 comments:

Virginia said...

It could be to the tippy top of that spire by noon. ARRRGGGHHHH!

Tanya said...

Great photo and documentary!

Laurie said...

I love the way you write, Miss Knox. And this photo really does make me think the poor spire is about to sink below....Noooooooooo!!!

Abraham Lincoln said...

I have no other way to answer your question about Little Dipper than to come here and leave it.

If you go to Abe's Town you can read about Jeanie and our efforts to locate her several years ago. It is a monumental undertaking.

Thanks for your visit to my blog.

I just don't think it is possible to get rid of the Kudzu vine or that's what I have read somewhere. I don't anything will work.

marley said...

Its taking over the world!

Remember our commenting about manual settings the other day? Looks like Babooshka might help us out! Head over to Ramsey and tell her idea would be very welcome. You'll see what I mean when you get there! :)

Leedra said...

As I left to supper about an hour ago I looked up from the parking log and thought "if I could just get close enough to get the cross without it being a straight up shot". You did good. I have photos of the church from the sidewalk, even with a wide angle lens they aren't great. Plan on going back. It looks awesome at midnight when I get off work with the lights on it.

TomGu said...

Nice capture.

Larry D said...

Great photo, interesting perspective!

SandyCarlson said...

That's a wonderful view. Gorgeous.

Jim said...

That stuff is all over down that way. I dont think I want it here.

Louis la Vache said...

Great perspective! Fun analogy!