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Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014
Following TIME

If it's true that a picture is worth a thousand words, photographer Danny Wilcox-Frazier, in Marshall for TIME Magazine Thursday and Friday, Oct. 18 and 19, wrote hundreds of thousands of words in less than 48 hours.

Democrat-News Staff Writer Kathy Fairchild followed Frazier around for most of the day and was able to shoot some of her own pictures in the bargain.

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Danny Frazier, left, moves in for a tight shot while Beatriz Wallace holds the flash at Smith Food Bank, Slater, on Friday, Oct. 19. Frazier is a freelance photographer, in the area to take pictures for a TIME Magazine photo essay on rural life to be published later this week. Wallace is a graduate student at the University of Missouri-Columbia, who will soon be working for TIME in New York City. (Kathy Fairchild/Democrat-News)
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The sun was just coming up on a cold and very windy morning when we first arrived at MME. (Kathy Fairchild/Democrat-News)
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The morning's first stop was Mid-Missouri Energy, where this beautiful object, part of the apparatus to measure moisture in the grain when it first arrives at the MME plant, caught my eye. If you know what it's called, let me know! (Kathy Fairchild/Democrat-News)
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Grain spills from the unloading truck and falls through the grate to a conveyor belt below. (Kathy Fairchild/Democrat-News)
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The color of the grain is an indicator of its condition. This particular load caught the morning sun just right to show off its golden sheen. (Kathy Fairchild/Democrat-News)
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