April 1, 2007

DP Theme Day: A Public Mailbox

April Fool's Day. And it's DP Theme Day! Today's theme takes us into the recesses of the postal service. Who knows what happens inside the darkness of mailboxes? (Well, this is my interpretation of the theme). Our public mailboxes have 2 slots: one for KL Only post and another for lain-lain tempat (everywhere else.)

Click on any of these numbers to see how the other DP members around the world have interpreted the theme. Keep in mind the different timezones. Everyone 'posts' at their own time.


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Have a great Sunday!




ps. only showing you the KL Only half of the mailbox. However, if you want to see what it looks like, click on KLDP's April 2006 archive. Hmm... both posts on 1st April.

36 Comments:

Blogger Kate said...

Bingo! This is the fifth theme day post I commented on as a first visitor. Wonder how long I can keep this up since I decided to go out for a latte now.

Great shade and love the name on the mailbox as proof positive.

1:21 AM  
Blogger Ming_the_Merciless said...

Ah, the British left its stamp on the public mail boxes. :-)

Excellent photo.

1:48 AM  
Blogger The Wellspring said...

Love the red! Great shot :)

~Lisa

2:25 AM  
Blogger alice said...

Great red one, Edwin! A nice Sunday to you.

3:02 AM  
Blogger Gerald England said...

Well still Saturday night here so you are my first visitation themewise.

3:05 AM  
Blogger kaa said...

jus showing a peek of the box. red as in singapore..:-)

5:09 AM  
Anonymous denton said...

Very artsy. I struggled with the composition for a mail box. Originally I planned to show a check be placed in the mail. But then the US Postal service saved me and introduced the USPS Jedi Master mail box. How silly is that?

5:35 AM  
Blogger Sally said...

Looks like malaysia, like Australia, retains its colonial heritage red for post boxes!

6:26 AM  
Blogger Keropok Man said...

It's one of the heavy metal boxes eh. The good old sturdy ones.

You should help talk to Pos Msia to organise painting boxes competition. You are so cretive :-)

7:39 AM  
Blogger Chris & Deb said...

that's a classy looking box....but I don't want to know what goes on deep in the bowels of it!

7:43 AM  
Blogger isabella said...

Very impressive!

9:58 AM  
Blogger Bunyamin Najmi said...

Edwin Sahaja...

11:18 AM  
Blogger Zsolt said...

it seems for mail boxes the red is the most common color all over the world:)

1:41 PM  
Blogger Ham said...

Been there a long while.....

4:18 PM  
Blogger Kuanyin said...

Exotic! Well-done!

4:36 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

Edwin, This is a very nice detail. I like your shot a lot. Kudos!
-Kim

4:57 PM  
Anonymous Lachezar said...

Is good that you decided to go for the detail, and left the rest to our imagination...

Cheers!

6:07 PM  
Blogger julia said...

I'd like a zoom like that

6:29 PM  
Blogger Jilly said...

A very original shot, Edwin. Well done. Why didn't I think of that!

Your shot really draws the viewer into the whole feel of your particular mailbox.

Excellent. Jilly x

6:36 PM  
Blogger edwin s said...

Kate, I hope you enjoyed your latté :)

Ming, the Brits left much more. Dry humour for instance they brought back with them.

Thanks Lisa.

Alice, hope you have a good day too.

Thanks Gerald. And thank you GMT :)

Kaa, you miss S'pore, do you?

Denton, it definately was a challenge to think up a fresh angle for today's theme. But we all managed quite nicely I reckon.

Aah Sally... toodle pip old fruity!

K'pok, i think I'll take up your suggestion. Pos M'sia...hmm...there's a challenge :)

C&D, nothing compared to your futuristic R2D2 box. No, I don't want to know either.

Thanks Isabella. Loved your Male-box LOL :)

Postbox sahaja Bunya! :)

Zsolt, red everywhere.

Ham, been there a long time...yup.

Exotic? Hahahaha...what a word to use Kuanyin. Brilliant!

Kim, thanks. If only it was a gold one :)

Lachezar, anytime. Imagination is King!

Julia, I used a macro lens. You can get one too :)

6:45 PM  
Blogger edwin s said...

Hey Jilly, thanks. I kinda expected everyone else to show the entire box and I was looking for something specific to KL. Thank you Pos Malaysia!

6:46 PM  
Blogger Dsole said...

Excellent! I like this close photo very much. nice colour!

6:50 PM  
Blogger Neorelix said...

Nice shot Edwin. It's amazing to think that these red boxes alone linked the whole world not so long ago.

7:01 PM  
Blogger Andreea said...

i do love the detail of your photo. wonderful

7:06 PM  
Blogger Eric said...

Very unique and great choice of photo shot. I like the lettering on the box.

7:24 PM  
Blogger Ben said...

Very good shot, Edwin.
Texture of the shot is great and the letter on the entry, I love it.

7:51 PM  
Blogger Abraham Lincoln said...

I guess I missed something. Mailboxes everywhere.

I did a kind of segment on how to create a backyard wildlife habitat and it is at Brookville Daily Photo and it contains a lot of information that may upset some folks. Not sure if you are interested or not.

7:53 PM  
Blogger Meg in Nelson said...

Little people living inside mailboxes reading every letter and swapping some of the pages and sometimes pinching love poems, Ed. You have been warned.

7:54 PM  
Blogger Jazzy said...

haha what a coincidence.
i'd like to think little elves live inside mailboxes and do the work for us =)
have a great sunday.

7:54 PM  
Blogger Mandi said...

Very nice and looks well looked after. Not scruffy like our Tel Aviv ones! ;-)

8:24 PM  
Blogger zannnie said...

:) nice...

9:20 PM  
Blogger Jenny said...

Great color - an unusual take on a challenging theme day!

10:09 AM  
Blogger edwin s said...

Yes, little elves. Multi-coloured haired Trolls even :)

Thanks for a great theme day everyone. I wonder what we're doing for May?

Till then. Happy days.

10:30 AM  
Blogger Poly said...

Edwin:

Tanks for your comment in Mexico DF Mailbox.

POly

12:03 PM  
Anonymous Nathalie said...

Oooh Edwin, you are a connoisseur: you know that half a breast shown is much more attractive than a full naked body!

9:50 PM  
Blogger edwin s said...

My pleasure POLy and thanks for popping by :)

Nathalie, you must mean CHEST. Technicality of course :)

10:16 PM  

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