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June 04, 2007

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PJ

His and hers? Probably domestic and international, but there is something cute about them.

Miss Understood

Aww..they're lovely!

Titania

Hi Nicholas.
Those mailboxes are quite interesting. I wonder if the colors signify something? Green for express service and red for slow service?

I left you a very interesting comment in your Thursday13 post. :o)

EuroPosh

red for China, green for the rest of the world??

HALEY-O

That is so cool. Definitely worth documenting! I wonder what goes in the green and what in the red....

Wylie Kinson

Have you posted this picture before, or am I having a creepy deja vu??

I'm going with Yin & Yang ;)

Thomma Lyn

I agree, what a neat picture! Something quite captivating about the scene -- the mailboxes look impeccably well-placed, as though they're saying that all is well with their mailbox-ey world! :)

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