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Indiana State Sanatorium

With the recent video of Sam and Colby exploring the Indiana State Sanatorium, I thought I would share my little short I made earlier in the year. Hidden in the quiet town of Rockville, …
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Above the Soldier and Sailors Monument

Designed in 1888-1901, and built-in 1902 the Soldier and Sailors monument was erected to honor the Hoosiers that served during the American Civil War and a tribute to Indiana soldiers of the American Revolutionary …
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Okinawa Americana

Internationally recognized recording artists and musicians, David Ralston and Merry have created their own brand of music, self-described as "Okinawa Americana Music.” Integrating influences from Japan to Brazil to America’s heartland, World Music to …
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Indy Scream Park

Had a great time on the opening night at Indy Scream Park. I was invited to attend for a NUVO project and we took the opportunity to get the thrill. Indy Scream Park offers …
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The Jeff Ware Band

The Jeff Ware Band- a nine-piece rock and soul band from Indianapolis with a retro sound of all original music.
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Indiana Comic-con

The Indiana Comic Con was held again over the weekend with artists, fans and cosplayers. The convention was filled with excited kids having fun experiencing childhood dreams, while the adults and teens lived their …
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The Jeff Ware Band

The Jeff Ware Band (JWB) played at RadioRadio on Friday, Aug. 23 with the Dopacetics. Both bands are local musicians from the Indianapolis scene.
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The Dopacetics

The Dopacetics opened for the Jeff Ware Band at Radio Radio Aug. 23 and had the crowd dancing and moving to some soul-funk and rock.
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Watercolor on the plaza

Lugar Plaza the downtown park behind the government building opens its doors on weekends and allows visitors to relax, play and learn. All the activities are free and enjoyable for any age group.
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Taking flight with a 1928 Ford Trimotor

The Ford Trimotor also is known as the Tin Goose was a Golden Era three-engine aircraft produced by the Henry Ford Company. It began production in 1925 and ended in 1933.
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The Indiana State Fair

Being Kathy's birthday, we scurried across the fairgrounds to feast upon an ear of buttered corn and a rib eye sandwich.
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The American Huey Museum

The American Huey Museum located in Bunker Hill, Indiana is an organization with some 17,000 + members and growing rapidly.
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The Indiana State Fair

The whole gang at NUVO got together this morning for a small meeting and all decided to head to the Indiana State Fair for lunch.
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The Indiana State Fair

Another day at the Indiana State Fair. Looks as if most of the kids have returned to school and summer is drawing to a close.
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The Indiana State Fair Redux

Another day feasting at the Indiana State Fair, Kathy ended up too full from the absorbance of foods and had to take a ride back to the car on the air trolly.
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The Indiana State Fair

The crew at NUVO took their lunch hour to explore Two Dollar Tuesdays, at the Indiana State Fair.
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Ponderosa Sun Club NAP

Had an amazing weekend shooting for NUVO at Ponderosa Sun Club, here are a few of the safe images to post, you can see more on NUVO.
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Last light

Using the last available light to capture the sunset with the drone, only to forget the SD card.
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Fort Wayne Airshow

Thousands flocked to smell the stench of #Freedom while the engines roared at the 2019 Fort Wayne Air Show.
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Abandoned Building on Fort Harrison

Abandoned Building Fort Harrison State Park
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Indiana Army Ammunition Plant

The now vacant Indiana Army Ammunition Plant was built on ruffly 10,655 acres of farmland along the Ohio River between Jeffersonville and Charlestown.
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Sarah Urist Green’s Evolving Art Assignment

Green has worked to connect audiences with artwork—first, as curator at the Indianapolis Museum of Art (2007-2013) and, most recently, as the creative force behind the PBS video series The Art Assignment.
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A Place to Bury Strangers APTBS

A Place to Bury Strangers are a New York City-based American noise rock band, composed of Oliver Ackermann, Dion Lunadon and Lia Simone Braswell. The band, commonly known by the initials APTBS, play a …
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The Old Ritz Theatre

The Old Ritz opened on February 22, 1927, with seating for 1,400 and is now abandoned.
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