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Old Posted Jul 4, 2011, 12:02 AM
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Nice photos of my beloved home town. You've inspired me to go out and take some pics.
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Old Posted Jun 26, 2012, 2:03 PM
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Not sure how this thread slipped past me. I always like seeing my city portrayed in photos like these.

My very first job when I moved here was working security in this bldg....
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Old Posted Jun 26, 2012, 7:35 PM
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Superb photography, and you covered a large amount of territory! The best Indianapolis thread yet!

The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art is well worth a visit, along with the interior of the World War Museum (a time trip into a monumental 1920s Art Deco world) and the interior of the state capitol.
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It's so nice to see some old photothreads of mine coming back from the dead! Robert Pence, thanks for the nice comments, and I definitely plan on hitting up the Eiteljorg Museum the next time I'm in town!

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It's so nice to see some old photothreads of mine coming back from the dead! Robert Pence, thanks for the nice comments, and I definitely plan on hitting up the Eiteljorg Museum the next time I'm in town!

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The Eiteljorg is really cool. In some ways it's haunting. Not sure why that is.

Right now they have a motorcycle exhibit there. http://www.eiteljorg.org/explore/exh...s/steel-ponies
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I saw Monument Circle thanks to the Megabus stop in Indy, but it was kinda sad to see how many parking lots there are just a few blocks north of there. Got a glance of the bike/ped trail too, but didn't take any photos since they just stopped to pickup or drop off people and move on.
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Indianpolis architecture looks beautiful
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A very underrated city.

Thanks Indy.
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Indy looks like a very clean & beautiful city however it really doesn't look like a city of over 830,000 people though.
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Indy looks like a very clean & beautiful city however it really doesn't look like a city of over 830,000 people though.
City populations are pointless because of annexation... For being roughly the 35th largest MSA in the US, not bad at all.
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Really beautiful!!!
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Best Indy thread ever!

Every time I saw cluster of low-rise buildings I wondered how many illegal activities going on in there, voile, gangs, drugs, pros and others.
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Old Posted Feb 12, 2018, 9:56 AM
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Great architecture!
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