sábado, 31 de marzo de 2007

A public mail box




"Mail Box"

APRIL'S THEME DAY - A PUBLIC MAIL BOX -A typical, urban red mail box (I heat them, their are ugly, and are copy from other countries). You will find these every few streets around, in all city, and the rest of country. Mail is collected every day. The regular mail in Mexico is veryyyyyyy slowly.


If you want see an other mailbox in Mexico, pease visit
http://kate-mazatlanmexico.blogspot.com/2007/04/where-are-mailboxes.html

64 Daily Photo sites are participating in the 1st April theme, "A Public Mail Box", please use the links to below to visit them.
Due to time zone differences and other factors, the theme photo may not be displayed until later if you are viewing early in the day.


1 (London (UK) ) -2 (Grenoble (France) ) -3 (Rotterdam (Netherlands) ) -4 (Greenville SC (USA) ) -5 (Hyde (UK) ) -6 (Villigen (Switzerland) ) -7 (Albuquerque NM (USA) ) -8 (Mazatlan (Mexico) ) -9 (Montréal (Canada) ) -10 (Stayton OR (USA) ) -11 (Shanghai (China) -Jing ) -12 (Arradon (France) ) -13 (Sequim WA (USA) ) -14 (Newcastle upon Tyne (England) ) -15 (Seattle WA (USA) -Kim ) -16 (Bastia (Corse) ) -17 (Minneapolis MN (USA) ) -18 (Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) ) -19 (Joplin MO (USA) ) -20 (Sharon, CT (USA) ) -21 (Cottage Grove MN [USA] ) -22 (Houston, TX (USA) -Candice & Megan ) -23 (Singapore - by Keropokman. ) -24 (Guelph, ON (Canada) ) -25 (Menton (France) ) -26 (onte Carlo, Monaco ) -27 (aples, FL (USA) ) -28 (Kyoto (Japan) ) -29 (Tokyo (Japan) ) -30 (Aliso Viejo, CA (USA) ) -31 (Cape Town (South Africa) ) -32 (Jakarta (Indonesia) ) -33 (Kitakami (Japan) ) -34 (Tel Aviv (Israel) ) -35 (Vantaa(Finland) ) -36 (Guadalajara (Mexico) ) -37 (Auckland (New Zealand) ) -38 (Nelson (New Zealand) ) -39 (Tuzla (B&H) ) -40 (Brussels (Belgium) ) -41 (Anderson, SC (USA) ) -42 (Lubbock, TX (USA) ) -43 (John, Melbourne, (Australia) ) -44 (Stavanger (Norway) ) -45 (Tenerife (Spain) ) -46 (Stockholm (Sweden) ) -47 (Boston, MA (USA) ) -48 (Not Strictly Seattle, Susan ) -49 (New York City, (USA), Ming the Merciless ) -50 (Paris [Eric], (France) ) -51 (Ampang (Selangor) ) -52 (Sydney (Nathalie) Australia ) -53 (ailea , HI (USA) ) -54 (Manila (Philippines) ) -55 (Sydney (Sally) Australia ) -56 (Cork (Ireland) ) -57 (Saarbrücken (Germany) ) -58 (Saint Paul MN (USA) by Carol ) -59 (San Diego, CA (USA) ) -60 (Mexico [POLY], (Mexico) ) -61 (Budapest (Hungary) ) -62 (Singapore (Singapore by Zannnie) ) -63 (Madrid [Dsole] (Spain) ) -64 (Nottingham (England)) -

14 comentarios:

edwin s dijo...

Slow? Cos everyone is in a siesta perhaps?

~tanty~ dijo...

I think this mailbox is pretty :)

Anónimo dijo...

si vas a escribir en ingles...aprende primero

Gerald England dijo...

plain but utilitarian and not totally boring [I'd rather have this than a Jedi!]

Jazzy dijo...

harsh harsh words, it looks so shiny, not bad =)

alice dijo...

Red and round, a nice one!

Dsole dijo...

I like the round shape too!
Have a great Sunday Poly! :)

Ham dijo...

So when does mail get delivered? manana ;-)

Kate dijo...

Okay--go figure! I wonder why mailboxes are abundant in Mexico City but not in Mazatlan? Is the postal service not federal? I need to solve this before I go back to USA next Saturday, April 7!!

denton dijo...

With these bright red colors, the postal service can not blame the slowness on not being able to find the mailboxes.

Ben dijo...

Simple design and easy to find from distance. Red box is quite popular.

Sally dijo...

I think it looks pretty sleek!

Tomate Farcie dijo...

How modern! Makes some of the other mailboxes around the world look like they come straight from last century (most of them did, actually)

Annie dijo...

Hola, Poly,

Your public mailbox is more attractive than the ones I see here in the US.

Annie