Git 'r dun...Amish style.
Lots of flatland in Northern Oklahoma, so I've seen some before, but nothing like the plains of Kansas. Made the wheat harvest up there one year, was driving truck from field to elevator. It's so flat, so few landmarks, that I kept getting lost. If you don't turn at "the crooked corner post", you're lost. It's also an experience to pull into a wheat field that's a mile square, as are those fields next to it. It's like an ocean of wheat.I am just mesmerized by your photo. Living in the dense woods all my life I just can’t imagine see a view like that in person where you can see forever.
I have this yearn to see some places like pictured.Stan, I've done some travelling in my time and have been in the deep woods of Maine where you literally can't see more than 30 feet in any direction. I've driven cross and seen exactly what "Thatguy" posted. Driving at 70/80 mph, you see nothing but flat and open, and then, waaaay in the distance you see a "lump". 20 minutes later you arrive at that "lump" and find it's a grove of trees with a house and usually a barn. Once passed that, flat and open again for another 1/2 hour/hour. It's a very diverse landscape in this here US of A !! Bob