The grounds remain attractive -- right from the initial access point, the gated driveway (pictured above), and one can understand how the property came to be the home for Indiana's elected leader. By the time we arrived here, the clouds were thickening, darkening our natural light. It would eventually rain, just as we left our last stop.
The next and final post on the day's shoot: SS. Peter and Paul Cathedral.
Above and below: Side and front views of the residence.
Above and below: Shots exploiting the grounds' wall and gates.
Above and below: Before and after passing through the arched access to the backyard gardens.
Above: Backyard koi pond.
Above: Garages in the back.
Above: Side view of house.
Above: Bay-window side porch.
Above: On the opposite side of the house from the bay-window side porch, this rounded side room with mosaic windows can be found. For the Indy Meetup Photo Club's recent Windows, Gates, Doors exhibit at the Indiana Landmarks Center, I titled this photo, "Blue Eyes."
Above: Landscaping near the circular access drive.
Above: Another side view.