Power lines towering overhead
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I’m still working on my project to document my vinyl-village neighborhood, with an eye toward publishing a book with the photos.
I think this photo will make a perfect cover for the book! It says a great deal about this neighborhood.
High-voltage power lines cut through the neighborhood. I’ve made a lot of photos involving those lines and their towers lately, trying to show how in some parts of this neighborhood they dominate the view.
In other parts of the neighborhood, such as the part I live in, what dominates is the constant drone of vehicles on nearby I-65.
This neighborhood is a middle-class enclave in what is otherwise a wealthy town. These homes sell for well below Zionsville’s median home price. I suppose detractors such as these power lines and the Interstate is part of the reason why.
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