Photographer's Note

Here's another one of my aerial shots. This one was taken in Southeastern Michigan in early autumn. The altitude was 800 ft. (244m) above the ground.

During the last ice age, this part of Michigan was on the bottom of what is now Lake Erie. In fact, you can see lake Erie on the right horizon if you look closely. Because the land is very flat (former lake bed), it is widely used for farming. If you look at the curving treelines in the foreground, they hide a small river making it's way to the lake which is probably 15 miles (24km) away.

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