This view shows the glaciated uplands of Jefferson County, with Perry Lake in the top right of the photo.
A view of the Red Hills in Barber County, near Medicine Lodge.
Rock City, near Minneapolis, which is northwest of Salina, is shown in this aerial photo taken by James and Susan Aber of Emporia State University.
Big Brutus, the second largest electric steam shovel in the world, is pictured from above. The shovel, now a tourist attraction, is in rural Cherokee County, where it and other shovels like it strip-mined the southeastern Kansas land.
The dry channel of the Cimarron River, above, curves through the landscape near Point of Rocks in Morton County in an aerial photograph taken by James and Susan Aber, faculty members at Emporia State University. The Abers have published a new book showing aerial views of Kansas taken from 100 to 500 feet.
A view of Pomona Lake in Osage County.