Tuesday, October 19, 2010

may your box always be filled

with love letters

(kelly road, w. brattleboro)

16 comments:

Birdman said...

I like that haphazard look to these, although I HATE (ya, I know a strong word) those plastic newspaper containers. That's my rant for the day.

Cezar and Léia said...

hehehe, so creative ideas for a mailbox!I love that white one with the little star!
Léia

cieldequimper said...

Lol, I thought you were going to say with bills! ;-)

Sharon Creech said...

All those mouths waiting to be fed . . .

Day4plus said...

Don't you love country road mailboxes. Mine is tipping crazily to one side--probably never to be fixed. LOL MB

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Regarding the plastic newspaper holders, at least people are still getting their news in print.

Reading the news on line is a growing trend, but I fear we may lose the local investigative journalists necessary for democracy if the newspapers cannot keep them on the payroll.

Sharon said...

I think this is a happy scene!

Malyss said...

Mine is full of friendship, as I have many great penfriends all over the world!

Jacob said...

Dontcha just love these mailboxes lined up in a row. Ev'ry time I see such, my camera goes click. This is very colorful, though. Florida mailboxes are drab and boring.

Love your title. Thanks.

And re Cedar Key: I expected that the Brattcat would find all 3 of the kitties! Meow!

Irina said...

Remind me the paparazzi's zoom lences, pointed in one direction

ramy_v said...

Great title to go with the image. Well done.

Houston Daily Photo

Bob Crowe said...

But not with bills, of course. I've never lived somewhere where you had to walk more a short distance to get your mail. Lazy city boy.

Gunn said...

Many lovely images!!
I agree with cieldequimper..... I was also waiting for "bills".
Have a nice day!:)

Rob and Mandy said...

I so wish we had mailboxes like this here!

Abraham Lincoln said...

I see the newspaper boxes are still in use. The newspapers around here used to give their boxes to put up beside the mail box but times are so tough now and so many people stopped subscribing to the newspapers, that they newspapers have cut the size down to about a the size of --- lay four sheets of typing paper down so you have the 8.5 dimension along the top. ANyway, the paper is so small you would not be able to fish it out of the box. It is really pitiful.

Amin said...

Very interesting that they are in use.