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Flaming.....whatever this is.

On Jackson Street Bridge again in Atlanta. I saw this, what looks like a tongue in a tongue but it seems to have a bone sticking out of it so I don't know. Anyway I thought it was cool so I captured it. Maybe one day I'll find out what it is and what's it's purpose.
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Nice picture. It does look like a tongue in a tongue
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