Photographer Ed Ruscha has been photographing along Sunset Blvd in Los Angeles since 1966. Getty Images has acquired the archive and digitized over 60,000 (yes, 60K!) of the more than half-million (yes, more than 0.5Meg!) negatives and placed many on-line in an interactive display. It shows the evolution of the Blvd from 1966 into the 21st century. Here is the Getty Images opening description of the site: "In 1966, Ed Ruscha drove along the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, Los Angeles. Using a motorized camera mounted on the back of a pickup truck, he methodically photographed all of the buildings on each side of the street. He assembled the photos in the artists' book Every Building on the Sunset Strip, which challenged how people thought about Los Angeles, art and photography." You can find this interactive display here: 12 Sunsets. It was difficult for me to get the hang of navigating the site but it's interesting. Many will find the majority of it boring and tedious, others will consider it to be 'art' in some sense. I do like individual shots and comparing 1960's to more recent. The Wall Street Journal has an article on it in the Dec 5 weekend edition but I think it's behind a paywall, here's the link to try. The article implies he's still doing it, how he does/did it, and the impact of how times have changed, e.g. in 1966 he shot out off the back of an open pick-up truck as someone drove, now of course, that's no longer allowed so he has a van with a porthole.