The Desolate City

Indianapolis is not the same city it was a year ago, a month ago, or even a few weeks ago. In these unprecedented times, a city of over 870,000 people has grown eerily quiet and desolate. People aren’t crowding the sidewalks, driving up and down Meridian, or climbing the stairs at Monument Circle. This is the new normal, and we hope it won’t last long.

Photography by Callie Zimmerman

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