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Taylor Swift's face etched in 12-acre corn maze

A Maryland farm unveiled a 12-acre corn maze in the shape of Taylor Swift's face that officials said takes about two hours to complete.
Teresa and Jeff Greenwood, owners of Summers Farm in Frederick County, said they chose Swift as the subject of their corn maze because they consider her to be a positive role model.
"We chose Taylor Swift because we feel she represents great people. She's a good, honest person; she treats people amazingly and that's what we are all about," Jeff Greenwood told WJZ-TV.
He said the slogan above the pop star's face, "Dare to be different," was chosen to accompany Swift because "that's what she is."

The Greenwoods say the maze takes about two hours to finish and contains several clues in the form of Taylor Swift trivia questions.
"The clues are about her. If you answer the clue the right way, you go the right direction in the maze. If you answer it the wrong way, you get lost more," Jeff Greenwood said.
Swift posted an image of the corn maze to Instagram with the caption, "Lawn goals."
The maze opens to the public Sept. 26 and will close after Nov. 1. Admission costs $8 on weekdays and $12 on weekends.

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