A compilation of recent photos and video from Stone Mountain Village and Park, posted to Instagram. Part one, the road in. Enjoy!
I pass this shop all the time and enjoy seeing the variety of interesting items on the lawn. I've always thought, if I ever have a house, I'd like to bring some of the larger items home to jazz up the outdoors. What yard would be complete without a giant chicken. It's not the Big … Continue reading Junk Shop, Chamblee, GA, 16 October 2015
Howard stares out his upstairs window at his neighbor, Zack, washing his car. Zack is at least sixty-five or seventy, Howard guesses, since all he knows about Zack is that he's retired, and is wearing no shirt as he applies wax to the car's exterior and buffs it. Howard shakes his head as he … Continue reading Dunkirk Estates
This time, I'm highlighting a couple of individuals who came all the way from Indiana to carve their names on the mountain, Clida A. Reed, and Isaac Hawkins, who list their hometown as Bedford, Indiana. These carvings can be found near the top of the mountain. To find them, veer to the left at the … Continue reading The Carvings on Stone Mountain, #5
Note: This promotion has ended, but if people still would like to purchase the Kindle version of Freedom and Consequence, follow the link.Fifteen stories about people facing difficult choices, or dealing with the consequences of choices made. Just as every action has a reaction, every decision comes with a consequence. How will these people learn to … Continue reading Freedom and Consequence Free Promotion (Ended)!
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W. W. Roark, J. W. Mehaffey, 1879 This carving is located to the left of the railing about two thirds of the way up the mountain, as one is ascending. It's in the cluster that includes the carving for Joe Carter and Annie Logan Anderson, and the carving for the Wells cousins and G. A. … Continue reading The Carvings on Stone Mountain, #4
I took a walk through downtown Atlanta late afternoon of 3 July and snapped some photos of this massive sculpture in SunTrust Plaza at the corner of Baker and Peachtree Streets. I've noticed it before while downtown, usually while walking from Peachtree Center MARTA Station to Baker to pick up the PATH trail to Stone … Continue reading Atlanta Street Scenes, Ballet Olympia, SunTrust Plaza, Atlanta, GA, 3 July 2015
Raised by Wolves Productions will be presenting Round and Round, a one-act play by G. M. Lupo at Fringe Festival Atlanta 2015. Location and showtimes: The International Montessori Academy, 1240 Euclid Ave. in Little Five Points Atlanta, GA. Thursday, June 4th at 8:00 PM Friday, June 5th at 9:30 PM Saturday, June 6th at 3:30 PM … Continue reading Round & Round by G. M. Lupo at Fringe Festival Atlanta 2015
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