<h1>Blog & News</h1>
December 31, 2009 by Jennifer Pope Baker

Celebrating and Reflecting

On the eve of the new year, it is timely for me to take a moment to reflect on the past year at Women's Fund and to share my vision for the next.


December 27, 2011 by Abigail Coleman

Top WF News 2011: Part 1 of 2

Women's Fund had a great year. What do you think were the best moments? Read for more!


December 26, 2012 by Women's Fund

Donor Spotlight: Meet Jen Jansen

Meet Jen Jansen: passionate supporter of Women's Fund, family-oriented philanthropist and helper to those in need in central Indiana and beyond.


December 19, 2013 by Women's Fund

Getting to Know Jody DeFord

Meet Jody DeFord - OPTIONS alum, active Women's Fund volunteer, party planner, fashion blogger, and corporate counselor. Article written by Kelly Noga, OPTIONS Alumnae member.


December 17, 2009 by Hannah Kaufman Joseph

Include Emergencies in Your Giving Plan

If you contribute to any non-profit organization on a regular basis, you may receive frequent communication regarding financial crises that arise. Sometimes I know that I feel like charities may be crying wolf too often. And sometimes I wonder to myself why these organizations haven’t planned for the unexpected, and that maybe they are just preying on my human reaction to want to help fix an emergent problem.


December 14, 2010 by Kelly Young

A Special Christmas Party at the Indiana Women's Prison

Volunteers from Women's Fund organized a special Christmas party for moms participating in the Family Preservation program at the Indiana Women's Prison. The day was joyful, yet emotional - both for the moms and the volunteers.


December 13, 2012 by Kelly Young

Welcome OPTIONS Class 13

I was excited to see the names of the women who are a part of OPTIONS Class 13! Congratulations and welcome to Women's Fund.


December 12, 2013 by Women's Fund

Former Inmate and WF Friend Shares her Story

More than 100 women gathered to hear Krissy Bunch share her story about life inside - and now outside of the Indiana Women's Prison. Juliana Meyer, OPTIONS alum, Class 11, shared her insights following the year-end event.


December 6, 2012 by Kelly Young

Site Visit Provided Great Insight into Komen Tissue Bank

Last week's site visit to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center provided great insight into the work being done in Indianapolis to help find a cure for breast cancer.


December 5, 2013 by Jennifer Pope Baker

Women. Girls. Central Indiana. - November 2013

A monthly update on November happenings at Women's Fund. This month focuses on how Women's Fund, with dollars invested by its donors, is giving to make a difference for women and girls in central Indiana.


December 4, 2012 by Jennifer Pope Baker

Women. Girls. Central Indiana - November 2012

Here's a look back at the month of November for Women's Fund - everything from grants announcement to OPTIONS celebrations and more.


December 3, 2013 by Kelly Young

Giving on #GivingTuesday

On #GivingTuesday, Kelly Young, OPTIONS alum, is reminded of her "giving plan" and shares how she feels better prepared to give.


November 29, 2012 by Women's Fund

OPTIONS Year-End Celebration

By Lalaine Smith, DDS, OPTIONS Class 9. From fun giveaways and networking to connecting philanthropy to impact by meeting an OPTIONS Scholarship recipient, Lalaine shares her personal account of the November 15 OPTIONS annual year-end gathering.


November 25, 2009 by Abigail Coleman

Being Thankful

It's approaching the end of the work day before Thanksgiving. With tomorrow being a day to give thanks, I have paused to reflect on some things I am thankful for - big and small - in my role at Women's Fund.


November 19, 2013 by Women's Fund

OPTIONS Comes to an End Bringing New Opportunities

Brooke Daunhauer reflects on her OPTIONS experience and shares some highlights from the past 10 months.


November 18, 2010 by Abigail Coleman

What Rain Can't Damper

60 OPTIONS Alumnae gathered to reconnect and learn about current happenings in the community, including the work of Project Home Indy.


November 17, 2009 by Abigail Coleman

OPTIONS Alumnae Reconnect

As the ninth class of OPTIONS concludes and we head into the tenth anniversary year for this philanthropy education program, this was a fitting way to celebrate this year and launch into the next.


November 2, 2009 by Kelly Young

Discovering

I truly have had a great time getting to know Womens Fund better over the past few months. Yes, I went through OPTIONS several years ago. Yes, I know several of the organizations who benefit from Womens Fund grants. Yes, I have a few friends on committees and/or the board. But Ive discovered some new things I didnt know (or maybe didnt remember). Take, for example, some of these did you knows that ive discovered or rediscovered.


October 31, 2013 by Women's Fund

Women. Girls. Central Indiana - October 2013

A monthly update on October happenings at Women's Fund - and a look ahead at where you will find Women's Fund in November.


October 30, 2012 by Kelly Young

Talk and Tour of VOA's Theodora House

Until last week, I wasn't familiar with all of the services offered by Volunteers of America - nor was I aware Theodora House even existed. After a talk and a tour, hosted by Women's Fund, I know so much more and I'm doing what I can to help spread the word about this nonprofit.


October 28, 2009 by Women's Fund

OPTIONS and Impact

Contributed by Lynda Goeke. We all have options to give money where we like: church, museums, not-for-profits, etc. My OPTIONS class number four had the opportunity to give money as a group. That is what I love about Women’s Fund. It takes all the money we give, pools it all together and gives it where it is needed.


October 15, 2013 by Kelly Young

Women Build Builds Dreams

A group from Women's Fund helped on the Women Build this weekend: "building hope, building dreams and building lives, one family at a time."


October 11, 2012 by Women's Fund

OPTIONS Alumnae and Spouses Impacted by a Visit to The Julian Center

Caroline Gleason Dutkanych, Vice President of Development at Joy's House and OPTIONS Alumna, shares about her recent visit to The Julian Center with fellow OPTIONS Alumnae and their spouses.


October 7, 2009 by Kelly Young

Friendships Made; Experiences Gained - Your OPTION

Recruiting for OPTIONS Class 10 already? It doesn’t seem that long ago that I participated - eight years goes by quickly. Back then I was eager to learn; eager to make a difference. I wanted to participate in every leadership and community program offered. OPTIONS was one of several – and the one that had the greatest impact on me.


October 6, 2009 by Jennifer Pope Baker

Creating Options and Opportunities

OPTIONS is a year-long philanthropy education program for women who are 25-45 years-old. For nearly ten years, Women's Fund has been educating a new class of twenty women every year to learn about the needs and concerns of women and girls, personal and group philanthropy, the role of non-profit board leaders, and creating opportunities for site visits to organizations we support.


October 4, 2012 by Women's Fund

OPTIONS Women Gather at Class Connector

Sarah Barclay, Community Volunteer and OPTIONS Class 11 member, shares about a recent opportunity OPTIONS Alumnae and OPTIONS Class 12 members had to connect with each other. Read more and view photos from the event.


October 2, 2012 by Jennifer Pope Baker

Women. Girls. Central Indiana. - September 2012

A monthly update on September happenings at Women's Fund.


October 1, 2013 by Women's Fund

OPTIONS Visits Exodus Refugee Immigration

OPTONS classmate, Sara Fichtner, talks about her recent site visit to Exodus Refugee Immigration and how she reflected on her own mother's journey to the U.S.


September 29, 2011 by Women's Fund

Getting organized with elfa

Lynne Bir, Community Volunteer and OPTIONS Alumna, won a brand new elfa closet from The Container Store! Read about her new closet and what the experience means for her.


September 26, 2013 by Women's Fund

Meet Lucy Aquilano: Community Volunteer and Philanthropist

Lucy Aquilano has been involved with Women's Fund in many ways since her participation in OPTIONS Class 4. Meet Lucy, read about her community engagement, and find out a couple of surprising things about her. Article written by Kelly Noga, OPTIONS Alumnae member.


September 25, 2012 by Women's Fund

Planned Parenthood: There When I Needed Them

Read a post by Jen Rawe, OPTIONS Class 12 member and AdvoCare Independent Distributor, on a recent OPTIONS site visit to the Midtown Center of Planned Parenthood of Indiana. Jen shares her personal perspective and some things you may not know about Planned Parenthood - including education and adoption services.


September 22, 2011 by Women's Fund

Transformative Experience at Indiana Women's Prison

Erin Duffy, OPTIONS Class 11 member, shares how her visit to the Indiana Women's Prison was transformative and surprised her in ways she didn't expect.


September 20, 2011 by Women's Fund

A Visit to the Indianapolis Museum of Art

Sue Russell, OPTIONS Alumna, Class 10, talks about a recent visit by OPTIONS Alumnae to the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Read her take-aways from the Material World exhibit - including an opportunity for those interested in becoming more engaged in the world of fashion.


September 17, 2013 by Women's Fund

Namaste: OPTIONS Alumnae, yoga, and Indiana Women's Prison

Emi Osterhaus, OPTIONS Alumnae member, Class 11, reflects on a recent event for OPTIONS Alumnae members to meet and learn moves from Statia Murphy, yoga instructor at Indiana Women's Prison. Yoga plays an important role with many offenders at Indiana Women's Prison - and proves challenging in unique ways.


September 10, 2013 by Kelly Young

Lessons Learned While Lacing Up for My First 5K with My Daughter

A blogger, OPTIONS Alumnae and mother of two shares lessons learned while lacing up and training for her first 5k with her daughter.


September 5, 2013 by Kelly Young

Getting Down to Business with Carin McBroom

“Getting Down to Business” is our monthly feature of female entrepreneurs in central Indiana. This month, we are excited to introduce you to Carin McBroom, owner of Kern Graphic Design, mother of twins and Women's Fund volunteer.


September 2, 2009 by Hannah Kaufman Joseph

D. Emily Frank - Chef and Physician Extraordinaire

On Tuesday night, I had the honor of attending a dinner and talk given by Dr. Emily Frank at her lovely home in Carmel. For those of you who know Emily, you also know that she is a very gifted internal medicine physician, who has a passion for women's health issues.


August 31, 2010 by Women's Fund

OPTIONS 10 Year Celebration

On Aug. 27, OPTIONS alumnae celebrated 10 years of helping women and girls in the community and celebrated nearly half of a million dollars donated to Women's Fund. Raquel Richardson shares her thoughts - along with what some other women shared with her, about the event and OPTIONS.


August 23, 2011 by Women's Fund

Let’s Go Reggio! A Visit to the Day Nursery Ruth A. Lilly Center

Jenny Burch, OPTIONS Class 11 Member, shares her perspective on a visit to Day Nursery's Ruth A Lilly Center.


August 18, 2010 by Kelly Young

My Time at the Women's Prison

A site visit hosted by Women's Fund gives 18 women an inside look at the Indiana Women's Prison.


August 13, 2010 by Women's Fund

Transforming Lives and the Community Through Business Ownership

By: Kelli Reifel, OPTIONS Class 10 member As a member of OPTIONS Class 10, I recently had the opportunity to attend a site visit at Business Ownership Initiative of Indiana. BOI is one of the countless amazing organizations Women’s Fund supports. I was, once again, impressed to learn about how yet another organization supports women and children in Indiana.


August 10, 2009 by Abigail Coleman

Planning For Impact

What do all of the following entities have in common? * Indianapolis Colts * Indianapolis Woman magazine * Indianapolis Airport Air Traffic Control Planning. All of these have a plan - a detailed plan - to accomplish great success.


August 5, 2009 by Women's Fund

A Delightful Experience

Contributed by Shelley Raper. As an alumnus of OPTIONS Class Eight, I had the opportunity to attend a Girls Inc. Do's and Taboo's Class- Etiquette Tea Class last Wednesday, July 29, to see a program funded by the members of the OPTIONS Class Eight.


July 31, 2012 by Jennifer Pope Baker

Women. Girls. Central Indiana. - July 2012

A monthly update on July happenings at Women's Fund.


July 9, 2013 by Women's Fund

OPTIONS Explore Refugees Through Book Club and Exodus Refugee Immigration

OPTIONS Alumnae, Lynne Bir, shares her thoughts and lessons learned following the OPTIONS Alumnae book club event - an event that explored the issue of women refugees.


June 19, 2014 by Women's Fund

Women, Alcohol and OA Book Club: Part II

In Part II of this two-part series, Maryjane asks (and answers) some questions about women and alcohol that came up during the OA Book Club event.


June 17, 2010 by Women's Fund

Summer Camp Participants Empowered through Leadership and Learning

Contributed by Quiana Graham, Director, Youth & Family Programs, Indiana Black Expo, Inc. Every year March is designated as Women's Empowerment Month. During that month, we see public service announcements honoring great women such as Amelia Earhart, Madame C J Walker, Betsy Ross and other women who have helped to make this country great! As a person active in the non-profit community, I work first hand with the National Girls Inc. office, which is located in downtown Indianapolis. I have read numerous scholarships of Girls Inc. graduates from throughout the country who seek financial assistance from the organization to continue their educational endeavors.


June 17, 2014 by Women's Fund

Women, Alcohol and OA Book Club: Part I

In Part I of a two-part series, Maryjane introduces us to the OA Book Club event and Drink: The Intimate Relationship Between Women and Alcohol.


June 12, 2012 by Women's Fund

Sex Trafficking: Learning More with the OPTIONS Alumnae Book Club

Lindsey Rabinowitch shares her perspective on the OPTIONS Alumnae book club discussion about the book, Renting Lacy, and sex trafficking guided by Mary Jo Lee of Alternatives Inc.


May 31, 2012 by Jennifer Pope Baker

Women. Girls. Central Indiana. - May 2012

A monthly update on happenings in Women's Fund this May.


May 24, 2012 by Women's Fund

Becoming an Inspired and Thoughtful Philanthropist through OPTIONS

Check out a guest blog on the "Inspired Philanthropy" OPTIONS class session - written by Mandy Skelton, OPTIONS Class 12 member.


May 22, 2012 by Women's Fund

OPTIONS 12 Members and Alumnae Connect at 10-01 Food & Drink

Kelly Noga, OPTIONS Alumna (Class 2), shares how OPTIONS 12 members and OPTIONS Alumnae connected and deepened ties during a social held at 10-01 Food & Drink.


May 21, 2013 by Women's Fund

30 years ago – from Diet Coke to Women’s Leadership and a Few Things in Between

Angela E. White, CFRE, reflects on the past 30 years - all of its changes, opportunities... and Diet Coke.


May 12, 2010 by Women's Fund

Challenging what we know

Contributed by Raquel Richardson, Principal, Silver Square :: Marketing + Design. We know the sun will come up tomorrow. We know the leaves turn colors in the fall. We know the earth is round. We know the truth – until we don’t. Our world has a funny way of keeping us off balance and adding in those little idiosyncrasies that make us pause and take note, challenging what we know.


May 7, 2013 by Women's Fund

Simple Ways to Improve Health Your Today!

Caroline Gleason Dutkanych, OPTIONS Alumna and Vice President of Development at Joy's House, reports on a recent OPTIONS Alumnae Medical Panel event. Read the health tips she learned, including five simple ways to improve your health today!


May 1, 2012 by Women's Fund

OPTIONS Visits the IRT and Experiences The Miracle Worker

written by Theresa Patterson, OPTIONS Class 12, Community Volunteer Members of OPTIONS Class 12 were treated to a behind the scenes look at the IRT, dinner and the miraculous performance of The Miracle Worker. Theresa shares her experience.


April 24, 2012 by Women's Fund

Gaining Some Perspective. My Afternoon in the Indiana Women’s Prison

OPTIONS Class 12 member, Morgan Coleman, shares her perspective of their recent visit to Indiana Women's Prison (IWP). Learn how she gained a different perspective as they walked the grounds and met the moms behind the bars of IWP.


April 19, 2011 by Women's Fund

OPTIONS Perspective: Project Home Indy

OPTIONS Class 11 visited Project Home Indy on Tuesday, April 12. Class member Maggie Bowden shares her perspective on the visit.


April 18, 2013 by Kelly Young

Getting Down to Business: Kari Strolberg and Eventful Marketing Solutions

“Getting Down to Business” is our new monthly feature of female entrepreneurs in central Indiana. This month, we are excited to introduce you to Kari Strolberg, owner of Eventful Marketing Solutions and partner in Detail + Design. We caught up with her during her busy season (she's the event planner for Komen Indy Race for the Cure and several Indy 500 events) to find out more about one of Indy's top special event planners.


April 5, 2012 by Women's Fund

Dress for Success ... Imagine for a Moment (Part 2 of 2)

The second of a 2-part series sharing Jen Rawe's perspective on the OPTIONS Class 12 visit to Dress for Success Indianapolis. Jen is Co-Owner, EJ Media and Production, and OPTIONS Class 12 member.


April 3, 2012 by Women's Fund

Dress for Success... My Visit in Quotes (Part 1 of 2)

Part 1 of a 2-part series sharing Jen Rawe's perspective on the OPTIONS Class 12 visit to Dress for Success Indianapolis. Jen is Co-Owner, EJ Media and Production, and OPTIONS Class 12 member.


April 2, 2013 by Jennifer Pope Baker

Women. Girls. Central Indiana. - March 2013

From visits to Dress for Success Indianapolis and La Plaza to discussions about feminism and GO Ahead & Play activity, March was an action-packed month for Women's Fund.


March 24, 2011 by Abigail Coleman

OPTIONS Perspective: The Julian Center - Part 2 of 2

Tuesday, March 15, OPTIONS Class 11 visited The Julian Center. This is part two of a a two-part series, March 22 and 24. Three class members—Emi Osterhaus, Brooke Smith, and Carla Feagans—share their perspective on the visit.


March 22, 2011 by Abigail Coleman

OPTIONS Perspective: The Julian Center - Part 1 of 2

Tuesday, March 15, OPTIONS Class 11 visited The Julian Center. This is part one of a a two-part series, March 22 and 24. Three class members—Emi Osterhaus, Brooke Smith, and Carla Feagans—share their perspective on the visit.


March 21, 2013 by Women's Fund

Getting to Know Lynne Bir

Each month, Women's Fund will introduce you to one of our dedicated supporters through a Q & A series. This month, it's our pleasure to introduce you to Lynne Bir - a community volunteer, marketing professional, ex-officio Advisory Board member, OPTIONS 9 alumnae member, and an avid swimmer, running and triathlete.


March 20, 2014 by Women's Fund

Mommy, Where Do Babies Come From?

Delia Askew Harris (OPTIONS Class 12) shares some insight and observations from the "sex talk," hosted by Planned Parenthood. OPTIONS Alumnae were everything from intrigued to scared, but also "all ears" as the group learned more about "The Talk."


March 19, 2013 by Abigail Coleman

Freeze Frame: March Photos of the Month!

A few favorite photos of the month, from GO students live on the set to OPTIONS participants in a group, from a strong and successful businesswoman to a bit of inspiration.


March 18, 2014 by Women's Fund

Getting to Know Cory and Susie

Each month we feature the women and men who are involved with Women's Fund. This month, we introduce you to Cory Martinson and Susie Howard: sisters, best friends and philanthropists who share a family history with Women's Fund.


March 14, 2013 by Women's Fund

Michelle: A Hardworking Mother in Poverty Struggling to Survive

Emily Hebert Groves, OPTIONS Class 13 member and Community Volunteer, explains services provided by Dress for Success Indianapolis, as she learned on a recent OPTIONS site visit, and how the story of Michelle and her personal struggles resonated personally with her.


March 11, 2014 by Women's Fund

What Emily Would Tell Her 18-Year-Old Self

In 2014, Women's Fund will make a bold announcement regarding funding for emerging adult women, ages 18-24. As a way to introduce this and begin to create a connection, we have asked several women to answer the question: "What would I tell my 18-year-old self?" Their responses will be posted monthly. This month Emily Groves shares what she would tell her 18-year-old self.


March 6, 2013 by Kelly Young

Getting Down to Business: Natalie Wolfe, owner of 10-01 Food & Drink

“Getting Down to Business” features female entrepreneurs in central Indiana. This month, we are excited to introduce you to Natalie Wolfe, owner of 10-01 Food & Drink, in Broad Ripple, advocate, busy mother of three and OPTIONS Class 11 Alumnae.


February 23, 2010 by Abigail Coleman

Celebrating Donors and Their impact

Last night Women's Fund held an event to thank donors to the Endowment Campaign. An impressive crowd of 200 people gathered at the Indianapolis Scottish Rite Cathedral to celebrate the impact their support has made to women and girls in central Indiana.


February 12, 2013 by Abigail Coleman

Freeze Frame: Photos of the Month!

See a some great photos of Women's Fund activity, and inspiration, over the past month.


February 5, 2013 by Women's Fund

In It for the Long Haul

Sara Fichtner, OPTIONS Class 13 member and Divisional Grant Coordinator, The Salvation Army, shares her insights and take-aways from a recent visit to Concord Neighborhood Center.


February 4, 2014 by Jennifer Pope Baker

Women. Girls. Central Indiana. - January 2014

A monthly update from Women's Fund. From cold weather to warm welcomes, new board members to new class members, planning meetings to cancelled meetings, January was a busy (and crazy) month for Women's Fund.


February 2, 2012 by Jennifer Pope Baker

Women. Girls. Central Indiana. - A Monthly Update

Welcome to our first monthly update: Women. Girls. Central Indiana., featuring the latest on women and girls from Women's Fund of Central Indiana. I hope you feel better connected to the work of Women's Fund by learning about the incredible impact we are making together for women and girls in our community.


January 31, 2013 by Jennifer Pope Baker

Women. Girls. Central Indiana. - January 2013

A monthly update on Women's Fund happenings from Jennifer Pope Baker, Executive Director.


January 28, 2013 by Women's Fund

Diving Into OPTIONS

Sara Richey, OPTIONS Class 13 member and Community Volunteer, shares her take on the first OPTIONS Class - from diving into a pool to peeling an orange!


January 28, 2014 by Abigail Coleman

Consider the Vulnerable in Winter Conditions

How are those struggling to get by as well as small business owners managing in the extreme weather conditions? Read how Women's Fund is helping in a small way - and how you can make a difference too.


January 27, 2010 by Kelly Young

Welcome OPTIONS Class 10

This month, 20 exceptional women will begin a 10-month exploration of personal and group philanthropy through OPTIONS. Along the way, we hope to provide you insight from the class through this blog. We plan to take you behind the scenes through personal stories, photos and class experiences.


January 23, 2014 by Women's Fund

What Emi Would Tell Her 18-Year-Old Self

In 2014, Women's Fund will make a bold announcement regarding funding for emerging adult women, ages 18-24. As a way to introduce this and begin to create a connection, we have asked several women to answer the question: "What would I tell my 18-year-old self?" Their responses will be posted monthly. Read what Emi Osterhaus would tell her 18-year-old self.


January 20, 2011 by Women's Fund

Welcome OPTIONS Class 11

By: Stacy Kult, OPTIONS Class 8. Highlighting the welcome event for OPTIONS Class 11.


January 19, 2012 by Abigail Coleman

Welcome OPTIONS Class 12!

Introducing OPTIONS Class 12


January 18, 2011 by Abigail Coleman

OPTIONS Kicks Off a New Year

The newest group of OPTIONS members, Class 11 marks the first day of their new class year. Read to be introduced to the dynamic members of this year's class.


January 18, 2011 by Women's Fund

Area Women Gain Philanthropic Education Through Women’s Fund OPTIONS Program

Ten years. Two hundred fifty area women. Donations totaling $450,000 to help women and girls in central Indiana. Now those are some impressive stats. It’s all about women owning their own businesses, learning how they can give back to their communities and then doing it!


January 17, 2013 by Women's Fund

My First OPTIONS Class: Laughter and Inspiration

Ali Birge, OPTIONS 13 member and Senior Vice President, Development & Finance, Pedcor Investments, shares her awe, inspiration, and amusement in meeting the women of her class on January 15.


January 15, 2013 by Women's Fund

Highlights from OPTIONS 13 Welcome Event

Andrea Kleymeyer, OPTIONS Alumnae, Class 12, and Marketing Director, Indiana Design Center, shares OPTIONS Class 13 welcome event highlights and greetings for class members, whose first class is today.


January 12, 2010 by Kelly Young

Inspired (and Intrigued) by a Great Philanthropist

I have read with great interest the many stories about Ruth Lilly following her death at the age of 94. What an amazing woman who gave so much to so many. She had an incredible charitable spirit that she shared with numerous organizations nationally and locally, including Women’s Fund of Central Indiana.


January 9, 2013 by Kelly Young

New Year! New Blogs!

The New Year offers exciting new opportunities - including some new ideas for the Women's Fund blog. Find out what we have in store for this space - and share your ideas too.


January 6, 2011 by Kelly Young

New Year’s Resolutions for Women’s Fund?

Do nonprofits make resolutions? Does Women's Fund? One writer identifies four New Year's Resolutions all nonprofits should make in 2011. Find out what they are and how Women's Fund may relate to them.


January 1, 2013 by Kelly Young

Reflecting on 2012

A look at 2012 through some great photos.