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                   Thursday, June 24, 2010 - 9:57PM CDT

Corn

By DAN ROBINSON
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I know this is the real reason everyone comes to this site - for the corn photos. The stalks around here are about 7-8 feet high now and still growing - the shot of my truck is for comparison. Apparently these will grow to over 12 feet high before harvest in the fall, and have already reached the stage where they now fully block the horizon views. Thankfully though, about a third of the fields have been planted with soybeans, so there are still plenty of good sky viewing/storm photography locations available.


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