Sunday, May 31, 2009

stockdale mill, indiana

At the end of this
short video is a
that sadly,
this camera cannot

capture from a distance well.


Merle Sneed said...

The animals at the edge for the trees looked and walked like canines of some sort.

mum said...

wow - what were those? I hesitated between canines and felines, actually, because of the head stance. Do tell, cm.

The grindstones were Class A gorgeous with their engravings. So was the dappled light.

(+ the new header - very nice. Where, what, who, and so on?)

mum said...

oh sorry, I just caught the Neruda quote above and breathed a nice, long, slow breath.

muchas. gracias.

e said...

I love your new look up top here...I would say, given my bias, that those might be felines, but I'm not certain...

Will you leave this mystery unsolved or let us all know???

Wishing you a wonderful day!

New Yorker wannabes said...

lovely video! Thank you :)

Have a great day

tut-tut said...

Are they deer, coming to feed?

California Girl said...

I like the new masthead mural. It's beautiful.

Crazy Ass Beastard said...

Did you ever get a chance to see any horns or were both females?

Very peaceful place.

Tess Kincaid said...

I remember seeing this place when I was a little girl.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Great new banner, C.M. Is the mill not open to the public?

ANd those look like deer perhaps, at the end there. They're just too tall for a feline type. But it is a far shot and hard to tell.

Nice post all around!

Coffee Messiah said...

merle: Funny, to the eye, no problem, for this small camera, a problem.

mum: Someone below knew = deer. It was about 8am or so. They were in spots everywhere. There was a wheat field I saw ones head pop out, but I couldn't stop in time
; (

e: Thanks & deer ; )

marianna: Thanks for stopping by.

t & t: Yes, you were the 1st to know for sure. They were everywhere and usually so early in the am.

cg: Thank You.

simstone: Yes, the buck was to the left out of site, but in view of the others.

willow: I'm sure it looks better now that they have fixed it a bit.

subT: Yes, on Sats only as it's all volunteer.

Anonymous said...

C.M. got it. One of the towns round here has their own little musuem; only open on Tues & Sat and same volunteer set-up. I need to go back there, anon...

tony said...

Thanks For The Video Coffee.As well as the visuals......The Sound Was Striking.A Rumble In The Jungle!
Nice Header Sir!

ratatouille's archives said...

Hi! C.M.,
Nice Video and quote...C.M., I recently purchased a film for my mother entitled (All That Heaven Allow...starring actor Rock Hudson and actress Jane Wyman) and the Mill reminded me of the Mill that actor Rock Hudson converted into his home(hopeful their home...his and actress Jane Wyman's character home!)
By the way, are those deers?...because deers where in the film too.
p.s. I bet in the winter the Mill is beautiful too! (With a Wreath strategically place on the Mill...Kind of, Currier and Ives- eques.)
Take Care!
DeeDee ;-D

mum said...

oh, coffee! I just now discover your très cool sidebar on 'coffee talk' - the Monas are très happy about this!

Coffee Messiah said...

subT: All small museums either run this way or close ; (

tony: Thanks for the look C ; )

dcd: I'll need to add that to the list ; )

mum: No problem, although it's been there since the beginning of this blog ; )