October 16, 2017
There is only one place in the world where you can see the view pictured here, and it’s in Indiana. Phil Anderson, the Indiana farm boy who completed a quest of visiting every town and place with a name in Indiana, took this picture on one of his journeys.
Obviously, it was a beautiful day, perfect for a scenic shot. His wide-angle view takes in both the landscape and the river flowing through it.
If you recognize where you can view this scene, let us know. You can either tell us the common name this part of the river goes by or the name of the town closest to where Anderson shot this photo. You will be entered into our drawing.
Send your entry with your name and address to: P.O. Box 247, Franklin, IN 46131, or email [email protected]. Be sure to include your mailing address in the email.
You might remember the photo of retired ag teachers that ran online and in the August issue of Indiana Prairie Farmer who took time to gather for a day to swap stories and work at the Indiana FFA Leadership Center. The winner of that contest to identify the teachers was Curt Campbell, a former ag teacher at Southwood High School and now Wabash County Extension ag educator.
Emails and letters poured in identifying Phil Anderson’s beautiful picture of the Tulip Trestle viaduct in Green County that ran online and in the September issue of Indiana Prairie Farmer. Many shared memories and stories about this Indiana “wonder of the world.” Learn more by reading the Hoosier Perspectives blog coming Oct. 19. The winner of that drawing was Eric Scheidt, Columbus, Ind.
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