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Eiteljorg Displays Colorful Master Photographer’s Black & White Treasures

I knew the Ansel Adams photographs would be perfect. And I knew the Eiteljorg – the downtown Indianapolis museum known for its focus on the American West – was the perfect place to display them. As I walked across the lawn Read more >

Nashville, IN: Best Small Town in America

Where are the most beautiful, fun, friendly, patriotic, best food and best place for geocaching located? How about Nashville, Indiana!   Yes that’s right, according to the Best of the Road 2013 Competition; Nashville, Indiana has been nominated as one Read more >

Win Big by Sharing your Travel Memories from Lafayette and West Lafayette!

I love a good contest, especially when it involves travel, photography, writing, and the new kid on the communications block, video. So I thought this contest from the Lafayette-West Lafayette Convention and Visitors Bureau, called One Great Contest, was lots Read more >

“The Art of Nature: The Best of Our Worlds” Photography Show, May 4, Stutz Art Space

The Stutz Art Space is featuring the work of three of award-winning photographers in May, with their show, “The Art of Nature: The Best of Our Worlds,” featuring the traditional and digital photography of Pete Howard, Gayle Moore and Tom Read more >

Garfield Park Conservatory for Winter Fun

When the frigid winter temperatures and gray skies get you down, there’s no better place to head in Central Indiana than the Garfield Park Conservatory in Indianapolis. Before the word “park” scares you off or has you packing up mittens and Read more >

Studio Indiana aims to capture the stories of the State

The ready availability of digital cameras has churned out hundreds of Hoosiers who call themselves photographers. But Bloomington-based photographer John Bower is an old school shutterbug. He uses a medium format-film camera, develops his film and hand-processes gelatin-silver prints in Read more >