I've been to Atlanta's s-called "Twin Towers" many times, but honestly never noticed the porch swings out front. Today they looked so lovely I stopped to sit and then just had to take a picture.
This building, known as the James H. "Sloppy" Floyd Building, is ground zero for Georgia's governmental offices. I was there because it's home to the Georgia Department of Education, where I hang out professionally these days. There's a big room up at the top where meetings and luncheons are held called "Top of the Slop."
It's pretty sweet to have a human thing like a porch swing in a venue that's all about bureaucracy (at its worst) and about democracy (at its best).
"It consisted of wood frame buildings with good solid stone foundations and enclosed with a good fence consisting of one large framed house with three stories and one story office, storehouse and smith shop. The building was leased by Spiller and Burr to be used as a pistol factory in June 1862. It operated until January 1864, when it was purchased by the Confederate States and the operations moved to the Macon Armory."
Swing on, oh wheels of progress and government!