Construction at North and Maple
Nikon N90s, 28-80mm f/3.3-5.6G AF Nikkor
Agfa CT Precisa 100 (x-1/2006, cross processed)

An apartment building is being built where the parking lot for my company’s office used to be. I never thought I’d say this about a parking lot, but I sure miss it. They built a parking garage for us, but I’m not a fan. I park on the street instead.

When I first worked for this company, this part of Fishers was all little houses, mostly used as small-business offices. Our office building, at two stories, was by far the tallest building for a mile. Now the houses are all gone, replaced with office, apartment, and retail buildings in various states of completion.

It’s been fascinating to watch this building go up day by day. I was looking through my photographs and I see that I have a pretty good record of this building’s progress, from parking lot to now. I’m going to need to see this accidental project through, and keep photographing it until it’s done.

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2 responses to “single frame: Construction at North and Maple”

  1. Dan James Avatar

    Interesting, I’ve been thinking about a few specific places/objects I’ve photographed multiple times over the years, and how to put the photos together in a sequence to track the changes. My tagging in Flickr is generally pretty thorough in terms of content and subject, but I have never named/tagged by location, so I’d have to sift through manually to find photographs of the same thing.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      I geotag almost all of my photos. I wish Flickr had better capabilities around finding photos by geotag.

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