The Urban Dictionary defines a time suck as “Something that’s engrossing and addictive, but that keeps you from doing things that are actually important, like earning a living, or eating meals, or caring for your children.” The panoramic photograph collection at the Indiana Historical Society fits the bill as I can lose hours of my life zooming in on details in the nearly 500 digitized photographs. These photographs were made with cirkut cameras, rotating cameras that captured a panoramic image by pivoting horizontally, while a roll of film moved across the film plane. Learn more about how they were made on this Library of Congress page.