Stone Mountain Christmas November 21, Disclosure: I was provided with a complimentary Stone Mountain Christmas experience for purposes of review.
Panoramic image[ edit ] Could it be put somewhere else on the page? I don't feel the very top is an appropriate place. It's a very poor-quality image. Whoever made it didn't know how to get things to line up properly you really need to use a tripodnor how to compensate for vignetting the darker regions around the edges of the individual photosand the blurriness near the edges of the individual photos suggests that a poor-quality lens was used.
It should not be at the top of the article, but I think it is OK where it is now, until there is a better one. Bubba73 You talkin' to me? Natural history[ edit ] This article could use a section on the geological and natural history of Stone Mountain. Under "Park" I added a blurb about the Georgia oak that should be moved to such a section whenever someone with the knowledge decides to add it.
I find it very hard to believe that the pilot had engine trouble. When the airplane flew across my neighborhood that directly borders the rear side of the park it was so low that we could not see it because of the trees.
The airplane was moving fast, and the engine was strong and loud up to the moment of impact. The impact with the mountain was extremely loud and followed by a large fire that could be easily seen. Additionally, the private airport that was next to Stone Mountain Park had been closed for 3 years and had a line of telephone poles was installed down the runway by the new owners.
This could be an interesting anecdote, but would have to be supported by published, secondary sources to be an acceptable part of the encyclopedia.
The park, itself might be interested in your conclusions, based on your memories. I, personally, find them interesting, but they are more appropriate for a blog, unless there is at least one notable source. As is, would be classified as WP: The book is public domain copyright never renewed.
The photo credit is "Stone Mountain Association," and I think it's safe to assume that the photo's copyright was not renewed either.
I haven't gotten around to scanning the photo yet. It shows a Greek-style temple in the foreground, with a rectangular pool of water. In the background is the mountain, with a carving in it, but the carving is not the same one as in the modern photo!?!? It appears to show a larger group of horsemen, and the carving goes all the way down to the horses' feet.
· Talk:Stone Mountain Jump to If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, and it kind of overwhelms the rest of the article, which details the history of the mountain itself.
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