It was quite a search to find WoGE#392 that was published by Matthew last Sunday. Looking at the area I recognised the infrastructure in the landscape as American, but without the square grids that are common in the westerly states.
So the idea was to investigate the eastern states and particularly the southern states. The search started in South-Carolina, Georgia en North-Florida, but without any luck. I must have overlooked the area (square eyes) since I found the location in Georgia after searching the SE of the USA again two days later.
Although the inland sand dunes are quite interesting, the local population might have other ideas on this. It was not easy to find information on the brown-areas that were clearly in the centre of Matthew's picture. But the connection to the Ohopee river brought some light in the darkness.
My last WoGE challenge (WoGE#391) was located in New Zealand. This one is closer to home. Unfortunately this is not a hint, since almost everything is closer to my home than New Zealand is.
The geology is similar for most of the whole depicted area, but there is something more special about the centre of the picture. Try to find the story behind the formation of this area.