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127 - Photographing Indiana
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Photograph America Newsletter on Photographing Indiana
 
Explore deep ravines and photograph dramatic geological formations carved by glaciers retreating from the last ice age. Cool your feet in streams flowing through dense forests of ancient hardwoods and evergreens in the state parks of Indiana. This newsletter covers three locations on the western edge of Indiana that have been preserved by designating them as state parks. Indiana’s covered bridges have been preserved as reminders of this state’s heritage. Wooden bridges, some dating back a hundred-seventy-five years, are still in use today because of the fine craftsmanship by skilled bridgebuilders using simple hand tools. Photograph these historic treasures along Indiana’s dusty back roads.
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Printed Issue (with color photos), sent via USPS
Explore deep ravines and photograph dramatic geological formations carved by glaciers retreating from the last ice age. This newsletter explores Turkey Run State Park, Shades State Park, Pine Hills Nature Preserve, and Indiana's wooden covered bridges, historic examples of fine craftsmanship.
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Locations
  • Bear Hollow
  • Bolder Canyon
  • Bowsher Ford Bridge
  • Cornstalk Bridge
  • Cox Ford Bridge
  • Crooks Covered Bridge
  • Devil's Backbone
  • Devil's Punch Bowl
  • East Coast Inland Passage
  • Falls Canyon
  • Frisz Lagoon
  • Lusk Lake
  • Maidenhair Falls
  • Narrows Covered Bridge
  • Newport Bridge
  • Pine Hills Nature Preserve
  • Portland Mills Bridge
  • Punch Bowl
  • Rocky Hollow
  • Captain Salmon Lusk home
  • Sea Pines Forest Preserve
  • Shades State Park
  • Sugar Creek
  • Turkey Run Hollow
  • Turkey Run State Park