Continuing the mailbox picture series this mailbox was spotted in Dresden. Taken with my D700 and Nikon 50mm 1.8. Here are some more pictures from Dresden: Dresden
Continuing the series of mailboxes here’s an Austrian specimen with some interesting stickers from my recent trip to Vienna. Taken with my x100t.
Here is a bonus mailbox from Minsk – with a view towards Victory Square. Taken with my D700 and Nikon 50mm 1.8.
Finally an update to the mailbox series – this time with a Belarusian mailbox from Belposhta. Taken with my D700 and Nikon 50mm 1.8.
Continuing the series of mailboxes here is a Dutch mailbox from PostNL from my spring trip to Amsterdam. Taken with my Canon S95.
While walking through St. Petersburg I also came across this mailbox which seems to be the new mailbox standard except for stating that it is not part of the Russian postal service. 😉 Taken with my Nikon FE and Nikkor 28mm 2.8 AI on Kodak TriX.
Mailbox (Piter – 3)
While in St. Petersburg I saw another version of a Russian mailbox – this one was located in New Holland. Taken with my D700 and Nikon 20-35mm 2.8.
Returning to my mailbox series – this time from outside the former Soviet Union – here is a mailbox from Bergen, Norway. Taken with my Canon S95.
And so the series of Post-Soviet mailboxes continues – this time with a mailbox from Poşta Moldovei taken during my trip to Chişinău in April 2011. Taken with my Canon S95.
Russian mailboxes – gallery
After the photoblogseries of Russian mailboxes here’s a gallery and a rapid summary of the mailboxes. The predominant part of the pictures were taken during a river cruise from Moscow to St. Petersburg (and I hope to do a blog post on that trip in the not so distant future). The first stop was Uglich…Continue reading Russian mailboxes – gallery
Mailbox (Piter – 2)
And for the – at least for now – final Russian mailbox. This one provides yet another mailbox form-factor.
Mailbox (Piter – 1)
Back in St. Petersburg this mailbox provides an example of the standard design. Note that the logo still is the Soviet hammer and sickle.