Photography & Technology
Various photos taken at the Jingle Rails Exhibit in Indianapolis, Indiana. Jingle Rails is a display of various locations, primarily of the West, but also a few local, including downtown Indianapolis and the Indiana State Fair. New this year is a tribute to the Las Vegas Strip. Others include national parks such as Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon, etc. Exhibits are made of natural materials, such as twigs, moss, and nuts.
January 17, 2016: Jingle Rails
My daughter was interested in going to the Eiteljorg Museum to see the Jingle Rails Exhibit with my grandson, so I thought that might be a fun way to try out the new Sony NEX-6.
This might be an annual exhibit, so if you are in Indianapolis during the Christmas holidays, I highly recommend going!
Here is a slideshow of my photos. If you click on the slideshow, it will take you over to my Flickr page where you can also view the photos there.
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Here is a slide show of my photographs of some of my favorite old signs. In some cases the signs are new but in “retro” style; however, many are original. I absolutely love neon signs – there’s an indescribable hypnotizing allure to neon signs, that backlit plastic will never have!
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