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What we have here is a collection of mailboxes – starting with a number from Florida, but including a number from around the world that are pretty cool and geeky.
Snail mail may get the short shrift these days but that doesn’t mean the mail deserves to be delivered to a basic black box with numbers on it. No-siree.
A mailbox in the shape of a house stands on top of model dolphins along the highway US-1 in the Lower Keys near Marathon, FL.
A mailbox with a thatched roof.
A mailbox decorated with a model cat.
Looks like a golden retriever.
A Marlin in Florida.
Models of an adult and baby manatee hold a mailbox along the highway US-1.
A mailbox in the shape of a turtle.
Most of what gets delivered these days is garbage anyway so…
A mailbox in the shape of a dolphin.
Well it was “Shark Week” recently…
A mailbox in the shape of a church.
Another mailbox in the shape of a manatee.
That’s one large mouth Bass.
Yet another manatee.
A mailbox in the shape of a fire truck.
A mailbox in the shape of a house with a veranda and a parking lot.
A mailbox donated by mining corporation RioTinto stands in front of huts outside Beyla, Guinea.
Stormtroopers from the movie "Star Wars" insert postcards promoting "Star Wars Celebration Japan" into a post box at a postal office in Tokyo.
A U.S Postal Service mailbox wrapped to look like the 'Star Wars' character R2-D2 is pictured in Hollywood, California.
Outback letterboxes, formerly fridges, sit on an Australian outback property.
A diver drops a postcard into an undersea mailbox off the coast of Susami, in the western Japanese prefecture of Wakayama.