Two stones, side by side, identical in all aspects, except one arrived naturally, the other via truck from the landscaping department. Do we tag them differently? What if we don't know which one arrived unnaturally?

I thought we are to tag just the facts on the ground. Hmmm, OK, a man made stone?

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We do not currently have an established distinction for these. While you could make a formal proposal to document a new tag, you can also just make something up on the go. Easiest is to add a description tag (to both stones) where you explain which one is naturally there, and which one was brought there by truck.

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answered 22 Aug '18, 22:12

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