The morning was gray and humid when I took these
pictures of the west end of the Central Canal.
Looking west, the White River can be seen
beyond the street light. People were using the quiet time
to take a walk or go for their morning run.
The taped off ladder at the corner of the canal is the
site where swimmers would emerge the next morning,
completing the first leg of a triathlon.
Yep, they would use the Canal for the swimming
portion of the competition, then transfer to their bicycles
to begin a route that would take them over the bridge to
the White River Promenade and beyond.
The bridge above, which is near the State Office
buildings and Indiana Historical Society,
must have been about the half-way mark of the