I should just stop going back to abandoned places. There is nothing on this barren plot of land that even suggests a building once stood here.
May 20, 2012 | Categories: Life's Metaphors, Musings | Tags: abandoned, abandoned building, abandoned church, barren land, Carmel Arts and Design District, Carmel Arts District, Carmel Indiana | 2 Comments »
Near the Carmel Arts and Design District in wealthy Carmel, Indiana an old church deteriorates. Out of the ruins comes new growth and if left alone, the new growth will consume the ruins and reclaim it. If left alone.
A metaphor for life. Nature reclaims the neglected and forgotten. I like to think that all the old paradigms that no longer serve me are reclaimed and result in new growth.
[I took these photos in 2008 before the Carmel Arts and Design District began to flourish. I have not been back to see if the church still exists. It may. But in what state?]
May 19, 2012 | Categories: 365 Days Journey Through the Past, Life's Metaphors | Tags: 365, 365 Project, abandoned building, abandoned church, Carmel Arts and Design District, Carmel Indiana, church | 5 Comments »
May 10, 2012 | Categories: Musings, Photography | Tags: Carmel Arts and Design District, Carmel Arts District, carmel grain elevator, Carmel Indiana, demolition, grain elevator, photography | 9 Comments »