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    Posted: 03 May 2012 at 03:48
Show us... Indianapolis

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View from the West across White River.
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2. A Denizen

A55; 16 – 50 SSM; 1/60th @ f/5

3. War Memorial

A55; 16 – 50 2.8 @ 26mm; 1/400th @ f/5

4. Bridge over the Canal, a Rails-to-Trails project.


5. Eiteljorg Museum of Western and Indian Art

A55; 16 – 50 SSM @26mm; 1/30th @ f/20

6. Downtown Fountain

A55; 16 – 50 SSM @ 40mm; 1/640th @ f/10

7. Grain Elevators

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8. Looking North at Sunset

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Thanks for looking,

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When I hear about Indianapolis, I always think of Reggie Miller and his "Miller Time" in basketball history.

Love that guy.

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I went to college in Indy, but sadly lacked any camera, nevermind a-mount. Thanks for the memories!
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Thanks for posting Mike.
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I was down on the canal this weekend. At night, a great place for a violent encounter, but on a sunny afternoon -- lovely!
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1 On the canal at the heart of the city.

Canal Ride 8929 w by GlasseyeA, on Flickr

2 Wasteland -- A city's shame

No 7709 w by GlasseyeA, on Flickr

3 Moonrise over the White River

Moonrise 5681 w by GlasseyeA, on Flickr

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Funny to see the bikers in all sizes and shapes - i like the shot. Wonder what the story behind the wasteland is.. The third looks lovely although a bit dark (esp at the bottom). TFS
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Since I dropped my Smugmug account all the earlier posts are gone. So an updated tour of Indianapolis!

1. Steam Clock by the Canal.
Steam Clock 5584 w by Mike Richart, on Flickr

2. A portion of the sky line viewed from the Canal, a popular spot on warm afternoons and weekends.
Into the Light 5605 w by Mike Richart, on Flickr

3. Addition to the Central Library.
IMCPL 0902 by Mike Richart, on Flickr

4. The Peppy Grill has been a part of the Fountain Square neighborhood forever. Only recently a dangerous and run down part of town, Fountain Square is experiencing an Art and Social fueled rebirth.
Peppy Grill 6339 by Mike Richart, on Flickr

5. Always at the ready. There are many of these available near the court house for your unfortunate needs.
Roach Bail Bonds 2717 w by Mike Richart, on Flickr

6. World War Memorial
War Memorial 0293 w by Mike Richart, on Flickr

7. The city of Indianapolis was originally platted as a one mile square with a circle in the middle. Thus the nick name 'Circle City'. The store fronts are all curved.
Circle 1346 w by Mike Richart, on Flickr




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NCAA Hall of Champions
NCAA 8294 w by Mike Richart, on Flickr

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Any pix of the IUPUI Med Complex or the university hotel?
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Thanks for the updated tour! This is really a very good set of images! I like the variety of the shots and particularly #3 and the street corner image, #4.
I am just reading a book about Indianapolis, so I really enjoyed getting a visual impression (I have never been there)!

Thanks for sharing!
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Love that last one, Glasseye - it has a rather special "look" to it.
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    Post Options Post Options   Quote GlassEye Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 September 2015 at 21:24
    Originally posted by Jocelynne Jocelynne wrote:

    Any pix of the IUPUI Med Complex or the university hotel?


    No pics of that area - yet! It's just a short walk away from some of the areas I frequent. Stay tuned.   
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    Post Options Post Options   Quote GlassEye Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 September 2015 at 21:28
    Originally posted by mikey2000 mikey2000 wrote:

    Love that last one, Glasseye - it has a rather special "look" to it.


    Thanks for the comment. I use DxO to process my RAW files and it has a "Clear View" feature. It seems to be made for hazy landscapes and such, but it does some interesting things to many kinds of shots. I don't find it appropriate for all shots, and it is a little strong right out of the box, but it often adds a nice touch.

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