For those who work in the Circle City, the beautiful sights of downtown and surrounding neighborhoods are welcome backdrops for the usual workday. Now, as we're transitioning to more virtual meetings, amidst COVID-19, we're bringing the beauty of Indy right to your desktop.
Though we may not be able enjoy these Indy scenes during our typical work days, Visit Indy created these Indy-inspired backdrops to enliven your meetings. Use for your next virtual meeting, or simply save as a welcome desktop or screensaver to brighten your mood.
To use on Zoom:
Featuring the New York Street Bridge illuminated in colored lights, this stunning photograph captures many Indy landmarks, including Lucas Oil Stadium, the Indianapolis Zoo, White River State Park, and downtown Indy.
If you enjoy exploring the Circle City via the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, this backdrop is perfect for you. Envision yourself headed to Fountain Square on a sunny Saturday afternoon, perhaps grabbing lunch at Upland Brewing or Turchetti's Salumeria.
Picturesque white clouds dot the skyline on this gorgeous shot of downtown Indy, featuring the Indiana State House and Salesforce tower, our city's most iconic skyscraper.
Perhaps the most recognized view of downtown Indy, this backdrop takes you into the heart of the city via the Indiana Central Canal.
Did you know - Indianapolis is second only to Washington, D.C., in the amount of monuments and memorials honoring our nation's veterans? Many can be seen here on the American Legion Mall.
A classic view of downtown Indy from the east. If you look closely, you'll see the Indianapolis Artsgarden and the Soldiers and Sailor's Monument. Light up your virtual meeting with this beautiful sunset image.
White River State Park, the only cultural urban state park in the country, holds an abundance of astounding public art sculptures.
Fountain Square, the trendy neighborhood just southwest of downtown Indy, boasts some of the most unique restaurants and cultural attractions in the city. Make your coworkers jealous that you're "working" from this iconic Indy neighborhood.