Vulcan's, uh, ...anvil

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    The Vulcan statue on Red Mountain in Birmingham, Alabama. The joke you're thinking of is already old.

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    1. Southernpixel - Alby Headrick 96 months ago | reply

      Happy 102nd Birthday big guy!

    2. Dystopos 96 months ago | reply

      Speaking of which, there's a party at Vulcan Park Sunday afternoon (June 4. 1-4 PM) with cake, face painting, balloon art, live music, sandstone carving, book signings, and tours. That's free for members, $3 for non members. Food and drinks for sale (including Dreamland ribs).

    3. slkhan 44 months ago | reply

      I run a website in Homewood. I am writing a piece on a new regional planning initiative (Blueprint Birmingham) to integrate the suburbs into the greater Birmingham area. I would love to use the photo you have posted on your blog as it is a great shot of what we see of Vulcan. The title of the article is "Hey, Homewood, it's time for anew view of Birmingham" thus your photo would be apropos. So I am writing to see what you think.....?

      The site is

      I am happy to list any photo credit you deem appropriate and could provide a link to the BhamWiki if you want. If you would rather me not, I certainly understand and will go take my own. I honestly think yours is great and that it would be good for my site to feature (and cite) third party photography.

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    4. Dystopos 44 months ago | reply

      Sounds fine to me. Check your email.

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