carmel development

Just down the street from me, there were about 20 acres of trees that are there no longer.  Looks like they’re making room for another “mixed-use” blah, blah, blah.  Anyways, I felt compelled to go over and take some photos…

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Author: Zach Dobson

Zach Dobson is a documentary and commercial photographer based in Indianapolis. He holds a degree in journalism from Indiana University with a concentration in photography. Since starting his business in 2006, Zach has focused on documenting people’s lives and businesses in action. Zach’s client list includes the Indiana Pacers, Coca-Cola, the AARP, ZipCar, Indiana University, Visit Bloomington, Hamilton County Tourism, Land O’Lakes, RIOT LA Comedy Festival, Indianapolis Public Schools, Indiana High School Athletic Association. Zach is a Professional Member of the American Society of Media Photographers [ASMP]. He resides in Carmel, Ind. with his wife and business partner, Courtney, and their five children.

2 thoughts on “carmel development

  1. Cheryl Albers says:

    These are very powerful images. Iv’e come to expect no less of you, but every time you send a link there is a new subject that brings an emotive response. I am not a gun person or a sports person or an environmentalist, but your pictures say more to me about these topics than most other mediums. Thank you for taking your camera over to this site, and sharing it on your blog. Many of us pass such things and wonder if it’s really necessary for “development”, yet few have a gift that allows them to react and document in such a powerful way.

  2. Lori Crawford says:

    Trees… 🙁

    When we moved here we were Carmel by the CORN. Thank heavens for our parks system providing some unspoiled spaces.

    Thanks for sharing your photojournalism.


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