A stroll up Zionsville’s Main Street
I wanted to share more of the photos I took with my Konica Autoreflex T3. I shot about half of the roll on a walk along Zionsville’s charming Main Street.
The first half of Main Street is Zionsville’s business district. I’ve been there, camera in hand, any number of times but have yet to figure out how to really capture it. I got a couple shots, though, including this one of a book shop.
I like how the T3 rendered the gritty details of this depository door. The building doesn’t host a bank anymore.
I spent more time taking photos on the residential half of Main Street. It’s lined with older homes that look to have been built between the 1850s and the 1920s. This blue house looks like one of the older ones to me.
I like the looks of this bungalow a lot. I’d love to live in a home with a wide front porch. I feel nostalgia for a time I’ve never known, one where people relaxed in the evenings on the porch and chatted briefly with their neighbors who passed by on the sidewalk.
Is Grey the first name of the person who built this fort? If it’s his last name, I’m almost certainly not related to him.
I smile every time I see this little library. I wonder how often books get borrowed from it.
I finished my stroll along Main Street quickly; it’s only half-mile long.