This 62-mile-wide image from June 29th, 2020 covers the border between Texas and Oklahoma marked by the Red River that spans the northern 1/3 of the scene. Hardeman and Foard Counties occupy the eastern part of the scene, which extends westward into Childress and Cottle Counties.
This scene covers the Rolling Plains Ecoregion, where several Texas rivers begin and have cut the rolling hills into the flat topography. Uncontrolled grazing has degraded this ecoregion and invasive mesquite trees have spread throughout the region. Copper Breaks State Park is near the center of the scene, within the valley on the north side of the seasonal Pease River. The Park occupies land once favored by the native Comanche tribes. Post-Civil War, copper was mined in the area but never achieved commercial success. The Park is particularly renowned for its stargazing and has been designated and International Dark Sky Park.
The Park HQ is located at:
Latitude: 34.11 N
Longitude: -99.74 W