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Nebraska Sandhills. Cherry County

The rumpled waves of the Nebraska Sandhills. The largest stabilized sand dune region in the western hemisphere, and primarily ranch land, at 20,000 square miles, the sandhills are the largest intact prairie grassland left in the continent.
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MICHAEL FORSBERG / www.michaelforsberg.com
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2007
Nebraska Sandhills. Cherry County<br />
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The rumpled waves of the Nebraska Sandhills. The largest stabilized sand dune region in the western hemisphere, and primarily ranch land, at 20,000 square miles, the sandhills are the largest intact prairie grassland left in the continent.