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Overview The aim of this study will be to research how glaciers affected the North Dakota landscape in connection with photos taken of North Dakota. In doing so you could come to comprehend the landscape that the taxpayers of North Dakota see regular depending on what part of the state they're located. In doing research in the library and utilizing educational internet resources that the glacier that covered most of North Dakota some twenty thousand years past influenced the state in two different manners since the western aspect is part of the Great Plains area and eastern half is part of their Central lowland plains that have two different kinds of landscapes. This study will briefly touch on the eastern half of North Dakota since the main attention is to the western halfof the The results reveal that the landscape of North Dakota because we view it now was affected by glaciers. Introduction The artwork piece that has been chosen for this job is a picture named West of Grassy Butte (1987). Grassy Butte is a town near the western border of North Dakota. Grassy Butte is part of the Great Plains. The photographer that took the image was Wayne Gudmundson. Wayne (as of 2012) teaches photos at Minnesota State University Moorhead. His works have appeared in books, shows, and documentaries over the decades of his work in pictures. His photographs can be seen in many museums in North America; Fargo, ND, Tucson, Arizona, Montreal, Canada, New York, New York, San Francisco, California. Wayne who collaborated with Michael Moos created a book with photos and poems that associated with the condition of North Dakota known as A Long Way to Watch, it was published in 1987 from North Dakota State University. Wayne spent a few years taking photographs of North Dakota and what his want.