Tag: Indianapolis Museum of Art
single frame: Interurban overpass
A bridge over an abandoned interurban line in Indianapolis.
single frame: Bowstring truss bridge at Newfields
This bridge from 1873 got a new life at Newfields in Indianapolis.
Favorite subjects: The grounds of the Indianapolis Museum of Art
It angered me greatly when the Indianapolis Museum of Art started charging even to walk the grounds. $17! But before the fee went into effect, I took a ton of photos.
Do you have any photographic haunts?
Where do you go for everyday shooting? Do you have some favorite places, places that seldom let you down? The sprawling grounds of the Indianapolis Museum of Art used to be that place for me. It’s a few minutes’ drive from my home and offers a wonderful variety of subjects: nature, architecture, sculpture, landscape. I…
Captured: Evening light at Oldfields
Oldfields was the mansion of Eli Lilly, who founded a pharmaceutical company that bears his name and still employs lots of people in central Indiana. Today, the house stands on the marvelous grounds of the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The IMA is near my home, so I’m over there all the time with camera in hand.…
Different lenses, different light, different results
I have several photographic haunts – places I visit frequently when I put film into a new old camera. Especially when I find a camera to be challenging or not very enjoyable, I like to shoot familiar scenes because it’s easy. This summer I added the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s gorgeous grounds to my haunt list.…