In there. (at Crown Hill National Cemetery)
Time to start gathering nuts.
The heart of Columbus, Indiana:
We’ve had enough of that.
Half full. (at Indiana State Fair)
The Slayter Center, designed in 1966 by Joseph Baker. (at Slayter Hill)
Super moon at the ball park. (at Indianapolis Indians Victory Field)
Corporate Indy Sky. (at Indianapolis Indians Victory Field)
Walls? We don’t walls.
Saw this gem last night, but I’m not saying where. #RRRRAZOR! If you know about this guy, well, then you know he was the Peyton Manning of the Indianapolis Indians for many years.
To each his own. (at Central Library)
@cresources Telling us the history of Avriel Shull’s work in Indianapolis in the back yard of “The Golden Unicorn,” her first home, built in the early 1950s (when she was 23).
Well, this goes against what we’ve learned on all the TLC shows, but I bet it’s a dream for one. (at Mapleton-Fall Creek Development Corporation)
Always fun to find a drawing by Tony Costello around. This one of Old City Hall, “A Classic Beauty”. (at The Hall)
In 1973 students from Arsenal Tech High School made this mural in Indy under the direction of the artist Roland Hobart. (at Downtown Indianapolis)