Archive for Hoosier Pic
What a day! We’ve turned off winter and put spring in high gear today. Our temp at 4pm is up to 52 degrees on a sunny, breezy, and mild Sunday. I stopped by the Indy Canal and snapped this pic of people taking advantage of the warm-up in shorts!
Submit your pic! All you need to do is post on our facebook wall: https://www.facebook.com/WTHR13, attach it in an email to us at email@example.com, or upload directly from our website http://iwitness.wthr.com Make sure it’s a pic you took today.
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With The Roman Numerals in place on the Circle, Super Bowl Village, the NFL Experience, and the zipline opening today…something tells me there will be lots of great pics! Snap them and send them to us! We’re looking forward to your “Super” Hoosier Pics!
All you need to do is post on our facebook wall: https://www.facebook.com/WTHR13, attach it in an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or upload directly from our website http://iwitness.wthr.com. Be sure to tell us where and when you took the pic and any details you care to share!
To check out the submissions yourself, you can view our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WTHR13 and the photo gallery at wthr.com: http://iwitness.wthr.com/. You can also view pics on our Hoosier Pic Blog: http://blog.wthr.com/category/hoosier-pic/
We’ll credit you for photos we share online and on-air!
It’s always fun perusing the lastest photos posted on Facebook and submitted to our photo gallery at WTHR.com! If you’ve missed seeing our featured Hoosier Pics on-air, here are some of our most recent selections. Keep your pics coming!
Sunday, January 15th was the coldest morning since February 10th in Central Indiana! The morning low was 11 in Indy, but as cold as 3 in Kokomo.
Here’s what the frosty morning looked like through the camera lens of Jennifer Horsley who posted this Hoosier Pic on our Facebook page. Just gorgeous!
Snow in rural county plus a rustic shed helped make Ryan Harter’s pic our Hoosier Pic at 11pm Saturday, January 14th!
Daniel Paull says this hawk in Lapel let him get really close…and here’s the Hoosier Pic to prove it! I featured it at 6pm Saturday, January 14th!
Rhonda Beagan measured the snow drifts in Cass County…and some were over 4 feet! Impressive, and worthy of being our Hoosier Pic at noon on Friday the 13th!
We love all the great photos viewers like you have been sharing with us on Facebook, on WTHR.com and uploading to email@example.com! If you’ve missed seeing our featured Hoosier Pics on-air, here are some of our most recent selections. Keep your pics coming!
Monday, January 9th at Noon: Hopefully you had a chance to see the Full Wolf Moon in the wee hours of January 9th. Here’s a great pic of the moon taken from New Castle thanks to our Facebook fan Nicole Greer.
It’s a sign of the times. Our warm weather has daffodils trying to bloom in Pamela Brearley’s yard near Martinsville! She posted this pic on our WTHR Facebook wall. Pamela’s pic was our Hoosier Pic at 6pm on Sunday, January 8th.
What a beautiful night! Here’s our Hoosier Pic from 11pm Saturday, January 7th. Chris Beatty took this picture of a lunar halo over Kokomo and shared it with us on Facebook. What’s a lunar halo? It’s a ring around the moon created when the moon’s light passes through high, thin cirrus clouds. The clouds are made of ice crystals that refract the light (kind of like a prism) and create the beautiful halo.
On Friday, January 6th When temperatures soared into the upper 50s to around 60 degrees, we enjoyed some great Hoosier Pic submissions! Here’s our Hoosier Pic from 6pm January 6th. Erin Bevers posted this cute photo of her girls riding around with the top down on their convertible!
What a day in the Hoosier State! Our temperature at 2pm soared to 58 degrees! The record is 63 set in 2008. If you’ve been outside enjoying the weather, take a pic and share it with us!
Don’t forget to tell us your name and where the pic was taken along with any important details (i.e. at the park in shorts today). That way, we can credit you online and on-air!
Enjoy the Warmth!
At my house today, we celebrated “Happy Noon Year” since my 4-year-old won’t make it ’til midnight. What are you doing to ring in the noon year?
Don’t forget to tell us your name and where the pic was taken along with any important details (i.e. at the Children’s Museum at noon today). That way, we can credit you online and on-air!
Happy New Year!
It’s a rainy, windy day in Central Indiana, but if you’ve taken a pic or two (rainy or not!) today, share it with us by posting on facebook or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll be sharing one viewer’s pic on-air at the end of our 6pm newscast as our Hoosier Pic of the Day.
Don’t forget to tell us your name and where the pic was taken along with any important details (i.e. at Monument Circle this afternoon in the rain). That way, we can credit you online and on-air!
It may be rainy, but at least it’s mild. I took this pic on my way into work today as the rain was falling and people were trying to stay dry under their umbrellas at the Circle. Just imagine if it were colder…could’ve been snow.
I’ll chat about our New Year’s temperature plunge (and a chance for some snow) in your forecast starting at 5.
Until then, upload your photos…good luck!
Do you have a work of art in your yard? Here’s the snowman my little girl helped build yesterday! If you have a great photo to share today, please post on facebook or email email@example.com. I’ll be picking a Hoosier Pic and sharing it with our viewers tonight on WTHR-TV at 6pm.
To check out the submissions yourself, you can view our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WTHR13 and the photo gallery at wthr.com: http://iwitness.wthr.com/
Don’t forget to tell us your name and where the pic was taken along with any important details (i.e. at the park this afternoon). That way, we can credit you online and on-air!
By the way, it may be cold today, but another big warm-up is heading our way which will likely melt what’s left of the snow. And we have a couple chances for RAIN coming up in the 7-day!