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Each issue, Outdoor Indiana staff will select one reader submitted photo to feature in the magazine. If you would like the chance to be featured, please submit your photo, along with your name and phone number to:
Please, only submit original photography that you have taken. Do not send files over 9 MB in size. JPG format is preferred.
Paul Crook of Kokomo captured Adams Mill and its reflection on a ditch feeding Wildcat Creek. This Carroll County water-powered grist mill was built in 1845.
Lapel resident Crystal Pardieck captured this image of migrating sandhill cranes at Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area. Sandhills visit Jasper-Pulaski by the thousands during their annual migration.
Christina Zarse of Indianapolis took this HDR image of fall color at Brown County State Park. HDR stands for high dynamic range, which is a photographic technique that combines images to show a greater range of luminance, often resulting in a dramatic display of color and light.
Mooresville resident Jeff Gabbard snapped this foggy vista at Yellowwood Lake in Yellowwood State Forest.