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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:

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

September/October 2013

Mary Decamps of Evansville was out for her daily walk west of the city with her husband Harold when she spotted this red-tailed hawk in a tree. The hawk flew a few feet to pose on the boundary post while she snapped away with her Sony Cybershot DSC-H2. A retired secretary, she has been a subscriber for four years.

Mary Decamps of Evansville was out for her daily walk west of the city with her husband Harold when she spotted this red-tailed hawk in a tree. The hawk flew a few feet to pose on the boundary post while she snapped away with her Sony Cybershot DSC-H2. A retired secretary, she has been a subscriber for four years.

Amy Porter took this photo with her Nikon Coolpix L25 during a late October evening stop at Ouabache State Park. The Loogootee native, who now lives in Louisville, thought the tracks added to the rest of the bold colors of fall. We do, too. Her family had an OI subscription when she was growing up, and she recently bought one to remind her of home.

Amy Porter took this photo with her Nikon Coolpix L25 during a late October evening stop at Ouabache State Park. The Loogootee native, who now lives in Louisville, thought the tracks added to the rest of the bold colors of fall. We do, too. Her family had an OI subscription when she was growing up, and she recently bought one to remind her of home.