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                   Wednesday, August 10, 2011 - 8:04AM CDT

St. Louis sunset; lone cornstalk

By DAN ROBINSON
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I pass by this isolated cornstalk growing in a soybean field along Highway 161 every day on my way home from work, and finally stopped to grab a photo. Apparently there was a single corn kernel in the soybean seeder this spring. That's the New Baden water tower in the background.

Lone cornstalk in soybeans

Temperatures are finally cooling off in the Midwest, which coupled with mostly clear skies, made Monday evening a nice one to go downtown for a few sunset photos with the partial moon:

St. Louis Arch sunset and moon

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