Saturday, April 4, 2015

Scene At The Post Office

A  L  O  H  A   from Honolulu 96815
Feels like
nothing really bad
could happen here.
I enjoy
checking the mail
at the Post Office.












“ Like Alexander the Great 
and Caesar, I’m out
 to conquer the world. -

















- But first I have to stop 
at Walmart and 
pick up some supplies.” 
                           Jarod Kintz













Mid-20th Century Functional
Hawaii is largely 
a natural environment.
Being born in a large city, 
living much indoors,
makes this a 
strangely nostalgic 
space to me












Is that a drone
 waiting patiently?








It IS indeed!
Someone's pet
sent for their mail?
[ Is a drone a critter? ]
















Back In The Day - And Today
Before GMAIL
this was your In-Box
















Look. . . A HORSE!
NOT an every day event
[ Critter!! ]



Linking to

















Stretching his legs 
before 
Waikiki Parade
















Re-enacting the 
Royal Progress of
Hawaiian Kings & Royals
Visiting their Subjects















Yes. It is a calming routine
(usually) to visit the USPS-
A Public Service 
that Works for
ALL of us!




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How's YOUR Day?
                      Fondly, cloudia

24 comments:

the walking man said...

Well from 0200 to 0630 thus far the day has been just fine.

eViL pOp TaRt said...

Well, that was a satisfying visit to the post office, with a surprise drone present too! Have a happy Saturday!

DeniseinVA said...

You saw some neat sights at the post office. We are seeing more and more of those drones aren't we?

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I love this trip you took us on today Cloudia.. j'adore the old mailboxes, still working efficiently today.

Teresa said...

The post office--a constitutionally mandated service that is totally self-supporting! That is a beautiful post office, drone and all. The horses are gorgeous, too. So was the critter the drone or the horse?

Nancy's Notes said...

So happy I dropped in, what a delightful trip! Thanks for sharing!
Happy Easter~
Nancy

TexWisGirl said...

neat to see the horses. the drone was interesting!

EG CameraGirl said...

I laughed at the idea of a drone going to get the mail...but hey! I probably laughed the first time I heard that one day I'd receive most of my mail on my home computer. ;)

Charles Gramlich said...

I believe the world is about to conquer me

Nancy Chan said...

It is not often we get to see horses in town.

Karen S. said...

Now I know that stunning white horse is a critter for sure. What fun it was going along with you this way. Let's do it again soon!

eileeninmd said...

Hello Cloudia, wonderful shots from your visit to the post office.. The drones are becoming more popular. Love the horses, they are pretty critters.. Thank you for linking up, have a happy weekend!

Tahiti Daily Photo said...

Great series of photos ... The boxes are different here in Tahiti.

William Kendall said...

From a mail run to horses! Terrific shots!

Happy Easter, Cloudia!

Trotter said...

Aloha Cloudia!
Hope you are having a great time! Sorry for the long absence, but it was a harsh 2014...
Anyhow, enjoy the second half of my post on Valencia, Spain, with some old buildings around!
Wish you a great Easter and all the best!

RedPat said...

What a trip that was today, Cloudia!

Elephant's Child said...

Still early here. V early - it is not yet five. So far, so good.
Loved your critters today. Both critters.

Gunilla Bäck said...

I love the horses! Happy Easter!

Adam said...

I used to have a small po box, it was neat

Pietro and Cynthia said...

All so beautiful!
Happy Easter!

Margaret Adamson said...

Great shots and I love the horse. HAPPY EASTER.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Who knows, maybe we'll all have drones someday, just like everybody* has a cell phone now.

* Except me.
~

Su-sieee! Mac said...

I've always liked those post office boxes. Those and card catalogue boxes. Wouldn't mind owning one.

Linda M. Carmean said...

Exciting Royal procession! Loved the touch with our not-so-distant past at the Post Office. I too go there to buy stamps...I have to have them to pay my bills because I am still paying them with paper! Aha...I refuse to be paperless!