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Weatherscapes

Featuring grass-topped rolling dunes, speckled with ponds and wetlands, and cut by meandering rivers, the Sandhills region of Nebraska ranks among the world's little-known landscapes of subtle, pristine beauty. Geologically young, winds deposited the base of today's landscape beginning roughly 13,000 years ago.

ED DARACK is an independent author and photographer. Visit his website at www.darack.com.

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