So I am currently in Woodstock, GA. I walk outside going towards my car and look up after hearing a noise. It's a DL 747, probably not even at 5000 ft flying westbound (I think). According to flightaware it may be DL 296 flying in from NRT. Check out the flightaware flightpath:
Now, at this time there are thunderstorms over ATL. But what strikes me is how low this plane was. Is it being vectored by ATC, and if yes, why would it be vectored at such low altitude? For sure it's below B Airspace, if not outside it's lateral boundaries, too.