Photoluminescence spectra from disordered InN were studied in very high magnetic fields. The samples had Gaussian spectra with low temperature emission peaks at 0.82 and 0.98 eV, respectively. The average spatial extent of the excitonic wave functions, inferred from the diamagnetic shift, is only 2-3 nm. This shows that the recombination is from an ensemble of highly localized states within a landscape of a smooth (classical) disorder potential of strength of the order of 10 meV. The anomalies in the temperature dependence of the photoluminescence peak and linewidth give further support to the picture of trapped photoexcited carriers. (C) 2008 American Institute of Physics.