Your Ugly Mailbox

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Decapitated Cow Mailbox

Linda F.’s photoblog about mailboxes is called Your Ugly Mailbox.

I don’t think all these mailboxes on Your Ugly Mailbox are particularly ugly, but most of them are quite remarkable.

The cow themed ones like Sam Morrison‘s mailbox (image on the right) actually look pretty cool to me.

Link via Boing Boing

comment – the 100-year-old photography blog

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Found this over at is a photo blog about what life a hundred years ago was like: How people looked and what they did for a living, back when not having a job usually meant not eating. We’re starting with a collection of photographs taken in the early 1900s by Lewis Wickes Hine as part of a decade-long field survey for the National Child Labor Committee, which lobbied Congress to end the practice. One of his subjects, a young coal miner named Shorpy Higginbotham, is the site’s namesake.

Come as you are -
People walk down a busy commercial street in The Bowery on Jan. 24, 1914 in New York City. The Hadley Rescue Hall is offering “Free supper to night. Doors open at 7 p.m. Come as you are

For many more cool pictures from the past, check out


Little People – A tiny street art project

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On the Little People website you’ll find a series of photographs of tiny handpainted people depicted in different situations around London.

Can you find the guy fixing the street in the picture below? Click on the image to see where he is.

Little People - Roadworks
Little People – Roadworks

Visit the Little People site for more of these cool images. Other sites to check for simular stuff are Paula notes and Minimiam.


joe’s nyc photoblog

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joe's nyc photoblog

joe’s nyc is the photoblog of Joseph O. Holmes. It currently contains more than 800 photos of new york city (and occasionally elsewhere).

Joe’s work shows great talent and his shots which feature mostly street life and nature scenes have a distinctive quality –great composition, use of color and generally captures new york city life in a wonderful way.