One Georgia company is apparently a big fan of Florida Georgia Line! The duo's faces have been carved into a corn field in the Southern state.

Tyler Hubbard took to his Instagram account to share a photo of the gorgeously green corn field in Georgia. "Georgia corn field ... I can't even believe this is real," he writes under the photo, including the hashtags #crazy #cantaffordnotto and #fglcorn, calling it "hometown love."

And hometown love it is. Hubbard hails from Monroe, Georgia, but the corn field doesn't just pay tribute to him -- it also shows Florida native Brian Kelley's face. The field has "FGL" written above both of the guys' heads. Their names are written under their faces, and the maze includes a guitar.

The detailed corn field is a product of Corn Dawgs, an adventure park in Loganville, Georgia. This year, they chose FGL to be honored in the corn maze design.

"Drum roll please," Corn Dawgs write on their Facebook page. "The 2014 Corn Dawgs Corn Maze design is paying tribute to Florida Georgia Line. After all Tyler Hubbard calls Walton County home. Come on out this fall to get lost in the FGL maze. Our 3rd Annual Corn Dawgs Rodeo is September 19th & 20th and the maze will be open September 21st. We can't wait to see you there."

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