This city letter carrier posed for a humorous photograph with a young boy in his mailbag, 1900. After parcel post service was introduced in 1913, at least two children were sent by the service. With stamps attached to their clothing, the children rode with railway and city carriers to their destination. The Postmaster General quickly issued a regulation forbidding the sending of children in the mail after hearing of those examples.
Killing time at a Korean subway station - shopping at the virtual supermarket by scanning billboards with a smartphone.
(via Subway Platform Supermarket — The Pop-Up City)
- Tesco virtual supermarket in a subway station (therestofthepiecesofmylife.wordpress.com)
Photo by Jess - Yale Harvard Game Day 2009
While most of the Connecticut coast is idyllic, there is a little industrial patch in Bridgeport that changes the shoreline. Fortunately, the rising sun was forgiving to the smoke stacks as I made my early way to New Haven for the Yale Harvard tailgate that morning.
Dad has been on the road for 12 days restoring electricity after hurricane Irene. I met him in the staging area in New Jersey tonight before going out to dinner. (Taken with instagram)
Sometimes a girl needs her own favicon.
US Open before the crowds arrive in the morning (Taken with instagram)
There’s no power on my street, so I’m winding my 70 year old clock for an early US Open wakeup. (Taken with instagram)
Carousel bike stop in Boston. (Taken with instagram)
Rainbow Crosswalk (Taken with instagram)
Mushroom Kingdom (Taken with instagram)