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                   Sunday, July 31, 2011 - 2:51PM CDT

Midwest corn landscape transformation

By DAN ROBINSON
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Corn drastically changes the landscape in the Midwest during the summer. This first image is the scene around my town's welcome sign, taken during the winter:

New Baden sign in winter

And this is what it looks like in mid-summer (taken this afternoon):

New Baden sign in summer

It will stay that way until sometime between late September and November when the harvest takes place. Until then, I just have to use soybean fields for my weather expeditioning views.

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