Rad A. Drew Photography
When I'm not traveling to the "far corners," I enjoy making photos in my own backyard in the nation's heartland.
Growing up in Indiana our weekends (my sister's and mine) were spent driving country roads with Mom and Dad, exploring rural villages with names like Dewberry, Friendship, Bear Creek, and Rabbit Hash. We met farmers, hiked creek beds, collected arrow heads, and generally had a great time!
Today, I love that time between other trips when I can get out and photograph the great roads, trees, streams, cemeteries, old barns, and covered bridges that can be found throughout my home state of Indiana.
I'm often asked, When are you going to lead an Indiana photo tour?
Well, I'm going to put it out there!
If I build it, will you come?
Email me here if you'd be interested in a 3-day photo tour of my favorite Indiana locations. We won't have classroom time, but as always, I'll share photo techniques and support you in the field whether you're using a traditional camera, creating infrared, or using an iPhone.
Here is a smattering of photos I've made in my neck of the woods over the years. You'll have to trust me that these images represent just a drop in the bucket of the great sights to be photographed in the Hoosier state.