Just drove across the US, from Ohio to Arizona. Why does the sky seem so much bigger in Texas and out west than Ohio or the Midwest? Montana is also known as Big Sky country, so it doesn’t seem like it would be a north/south thing. Doesn’t seem exclusive to flat v hilly country or trees or anything else I could notice.
Not sure if this is even something everyone notices, but I can definitely tell how much smaller the sky feels in Ohio.