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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.

November/December 2012

Joe Konz of Indianapolis ventured to Cataract Falls in Lieber State Recreation Area in February 2011 with the Indy Meetup Photo Club. His first visit to Lieber produced this distinctive shot through the covered bridge over Mill Creek at Upper Falls. He used a Canon 7D (on a tripod) and a Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5 lens. Konz retired from the Indianapolis Star newspaper in April after 33 years of writing and editing. He has been an OI subscriber for two years.

Joe Konz of Indianapolis ventured to Cataract Falls in Lieber State Recreation Area in February 2011 with the Indy Meetup Photo Club. His first visit to Lieber produced this distinctive shot through the covered bridge over Mill Creek at Upper Falls. He used a Canon 7D (on a tripod) and a Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5 lens. Konz retired from the Indianapolis Star newspaper in April after 33 years of writing and editing. He has been an OI subscriber for two years.

A December 2011 morning walk with his dog Molly at Indiana Dunes State Park gave Rick Oppman of Chesterton the chance to get this image with a Kodak Z981. The retired principal from Gary Community Schools has subscribed to OI for 20 years.  

A December 2011 morning walk with his dog Molly at Indiana Dunes State Park gave Rick Oppman of Chesterton the chance to get this image with a Kodak Z981. The retired principal from Gary Community Schools has subscribed to OI for 20 years.