Flint Hills in Eastern Kansas, USA
This image is the first in my series: Where Heaven and Earth Meet.
As the storms rolling into town I headed west to look back and found this amazing panoramic view of the Flint Hills looking east. I love blue skies and cloud of white and this was the perfect image of what seemed like an endless view of the rolling Flint Hills.
The Flint Hills are designated as a distinct ecoregion because it has the most dense coverage of intact tallgrass prairie in North America. Due to its rocky soil, the early settlers of European origin were unable to plow the area, resulting in the predominance of cattle ranches, which are in turn largely benefited by the tallgrass prairie.
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