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This picture gives me the shivers, for some reason.
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I get that. Maybe a connection with the past?
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That could very well be. Maybe it’s my determination to learn about the past itself, and what life was truly like?
That said, it is a nice picture.
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Thanks! Nice of you to say!
Such an amazing picture!
And I can’t believe I am first to comment!! Haha your work has been put on the frontpage of wordpress!
muy bien..very well .okey
Thanks for your kind words.
Thank you! Why do you think so?
The authenticity of it. The shot as a whole has a historic vibe to it. I love it.
Oh man! Nice of you to say! Thank you!
Reminds me of where my grandparents could have lived at one time. Long gone now, missed dearly.
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Sorry to hear that. 😢
Love your grandparents and parents while you have them; when they leave it feels as though time is flying away and you begin to wonder how long you truly have left yourself. Enjoy Life.
Thank you so much. I will.
Fabulous haunting shot. Makes me thing who lived here? What were they like?
I love photos like these🙂 thanks for sharing!
You are welcome.
I’m a Postie on the Isle of Man and I love anything postal!
Hello to you on the Isle of Man!
well every thing has its time….RIP mailbox
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So sad. The mailbox now relegated to the museum of obsolete things, sitting there next to the milk box?
u know everyday there is like a new invention but traditional ways had their own aura.
This looks like it could be a movie poster
Make the movie and the poster is yours!
Thank you for such a melancholy shot. The house, the mailbox all run down now used to hold a hub of life. The door slammed shut 50 times that day when the whole family was visiting my grandparents!
I’m happy if it moved you. Thanks for saying so!
That’s a really expressive picture it depends on what we derive of it
I found it bringing to life the fact that letter writing might have faded with time but it still has a power of expression like no other a mail box always expresses more than an inbox .
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Thanks! Thank you for taking some time to think about what the image says to you!
you know, the monochrome filter is magical I don’t know but I wouldn’t have given a deep thought over that if it was in colour. The filter makes the image speak for it self,you just listen to it .🙂
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Ahh! Sometimes I feel to some extent old post mail box days were better compared to our lives now. At least in past ,we could maintain distance from people & everyone had their space in life. Well well ,everything has its pros and cons.
Nice Pic …
Thank you for your comment.
Wow lovely pics
by generations of rain,
the old mailbox
tilts on its perch
above the twisted weeds
like a grey man
resting on his cane,
heavy with memory,
love and tragedy,
beneath the folds
and shiney stamps.
That’s awesome! Thanks.
good and nice pic
I agree with the others, what an expressive shot!
I love this!
the picture very tough..because the end of box letter
so thought provoking – makes me think about now rare it is to see a mailbox on street corners anymore
Thanks. There’s too much of that kind of rarity. Makes me feel dated!
We’re dated from the moment we’re born.
Vintage I guess. Could aution this…lol
Good work @ericwiss
Well, thanks I guess UAE Visa Information Center. Why do you think I’ve done a good job?
I love those US Mail boxes😀 here in Europe it doesnt exist and I find them so cool🙂 a really nice picture with the old wood house in the background🙂 i am fascinated!
Thanks for the smiley faces.
I agree with Senna, this picture does give me the shivers. Also reminds me of the abandoned neighborhood next to the Warminster Naval Base here in PA. When I take a walk around the park, I always take a moment to observe what life was like back in the golden days. Creepy, but authentic curiosity. The only thing that moves in the neighborhood are trees, leaves, and the grass. We don’t even see animals roaming around the houses.
a picture specks a million words….
Nice one Buddy…..
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