Photos from Indiana
My wife Jen has a fellowship from the Eli Lilly corporation to help get her Master's degree, so she's been spending a lot of time in Indianapolis lately. I've been out there myself three times. It's pretty bland, but I got the impression that for some, that's a selling point.
Anyway, back in June I took some photos around Indiana. They have a very nice public circle in downtown Indy around the Soldiers and Sailors Monument.Here is another view.Some police horses were taking a drink at one of the fountains.If you head south from Indianapolis the scenery gets a little more interesting, with some hills and trees instead of just flat farmland. This is a field in the hamlet of Pikes Peak, supposedly named because its founding family was heading west to Colorado, got tired, and just decided to stop in Indiana.This is a shot of about half of the town of Story.This is at the appropriately-named crossroads of Stone Head. Douglas Wissing's Scenic Driving Indiana says the marker was carved in lieu of paying a road tax.I have some more photos of Indiana taken last year, too (actually, a lot more, and they're more interesting photos, too), which I'll label and narrate later.