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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:

oi@dnr.IN.gov

Please, only submit original photography that you have taken. Do not send files over 9 MB in size. JPG format is preferred.

September/October 2012

David Black’s three-day trip to Brown County State Park produced this vista from near the Aynes House. The retired geologist and longtime subscriber lives in Georgetown in Harrison County. He took the shot with his Pentax K5 in October 2011, in early evening. He didn’t know the people pictured. If it’s you, please let us know. And thanks.

David Black’s three-day trip to Brown County State Park produced this vista from near the Aynes House. The retired geologist and longtime subscriber lives in Georgetown in Harrison County. He took the shot with his Pentax K5 in October 2011, in early evening. He didn’t know the people pictured. If it’s you, please let us know. And thanks.

Having a bluebird house next to a woodsy area behind your home can lend a lot of photo opportunities. Tom Wirth of Evansville took advantage of his convenient location, set up a camouflage tent to get close, and snapped this shot of a male bird. He used a Canon 7D with a 300 f2.8 lens + 1.4x Kenko. He received his most recent OI subscription as a Christmas gift. Early bird shoppers, take note.  

Having a bluebird house next to a woodsy area behind your home can lend a lot of photo opportunities. Tom Wirth of Evansville took advantage of his convenient location, set up a camouflage tent to get close, and snapped this shot of a male bird. He used a Canon 7D with a 300 f2.8 lens + 1.4x Kenko. He received his most recent OI subscription as a Christmas gift. Early bird shoppers, take note.