As autumn descended on Indiana in October, Margaret and I took our cameras on a long hike through Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis. This park is quite large, so much so that people sometimes mistakenly think it’s a state park. In fact, it’s an Indianapolis city park!

Eagle Creek Park is an easy drive from our home in Zionsville, and we visit two or three times a year to hike. Autumn is by far the most beautiful time to do that.

I made some photos there with my Nikon Df and the 28-200mm f/3.5-5.6G AF Nikkor lens attached.

Autumn in Eagle Creek Park
Autumn in Eagle Creek Park
Autumn in Eagle Creek Park
Autumn in Eagle Creek Park
Autumn in Eagle Creek Park
Autumn in Eagle Creek Park
Autumn in Eagle Creek Park

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Autumn at Eagle Creek Park

Autumn color in a large Indianapolis park.

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11 thoughts on “Autumn at Eagle Creek Park

  1. Steve Bryan says:

    Nice. I have lived in Florida for almost 30 years and still miss the fall days in Indianapolis and traveling through a southern Indiana on a cool day when the leaves are changing.

    Thank you for sharing.

  2. What a lovely place to walk! The Df does a good job, too; I really like the way it renders color. You are lucky to have such a nice place to play and photograph. BTW – Happy Thanksgiving, Jim. I so enjoy your blog. Have a wonderful time!

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