I wasn't out this summer to see what fields were planted for corn. But I am guessing that is Culp's Hill sticking up in the background. So the shot could of been taken around / below Wainwright or Slocum Avenue.
I swear every time I look at the photo, I see something different. My first thought when I saw the photo was Culp's Hill. But I wanted to look at it on my PC monitor versus my iPad. Then I thought I could see Slocum to the right hiding out in the trees. Then I thought that was the Culp's Hill tower in the trees.
Now this morning, it sure looks like the Eternal Peace monument is sticking up over the corn stalks on the right center of the photo. The photo looks like it has been blown up and cropped so further blowing it up makes it pretty blurry.
I think the clearest clue is what looks like the Oak Hill Eternal Peace monument peeking out. So I now am changing my answer to Oak Hill.
Such is life in the high stakes where is it thread.
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@Wallyfish and @reading48 are correct! The cornfield is planetd over the area known as Iverson's Pits on Oak Ridge. The structure peeking above the corn is indeed the Eternal Peace Monument. Stay tuned for next week's adventure!!!