Still photo: Looking towards the southeast at Mt. Nebo, approximately
1 mile distant. The DEM above shows that Mt. Nebo is on the northeastern
end of a very large drumlin pair.
Mt. Nebo is a kame, a depositional feature composed of sand and gravel,
formed when Wadena-lobe ice covered the area. The kame is about 125 feet
higher than the surrounding landscape, forming a prominent feature in
northwestern Todd County.
The movie pans northeast to southwest across Mt. Nebo and the surrounding
topography. A gravel pit in the side of Mt. Nebo is just visible. To the
right of Mt. Nebo, and southwest, the hilly topography is the northern
extent of the drumlin seen on the DEM.