Corn Glow

Through the eons, Wisconsin topography has been molded by glaciation. Some 15,000 years ago, the western edge of the Green Bay Lobe extended into eastern Portage County.  The leading edge of the glacier carried a considerable amount of glacial till that would eventually be deposited on the landscape during times of ice melt. This image captured a late afternoon glow as the sunset highlighted emerging corn rows sweeping across gentle undulations deposited by the glacier.

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One Response to “Corn Glow”

  1. claude Says:

    Great shot! A winner!

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