Is this Atlanta's only twisted chimney?
I don't think you can see this from the street even when the leaves are gone.
I found myself in the house next door.
I glanced out of the window to see this.
I'll bet you can't guess where. But you are welcome to try. Hint: it's not a Buckhead mansion; it's not even a mansion.
I couldn't get a good shot of the whole thing.
I love the enthusiasm.
But few will ever see it.
Do you know of other twisted chimneys?
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