When you send a package in India, you sew it up in heavy linen first. There are usually several stands of men who are doing this just outside of the post office. After it's sewn up, they seal it with red wax and you write the address on the linen. I figured that like the hyperbolic "Super Express" busses, the "Speed Post" would take a while, but it wasn't so: a package I sent from Hyderabad reached Michigan City in six days. Yowsa.
PhotographerJoe Morris
Exposure0.002 s (1/400)
Focal Length4.5mm
Flash UsedNo


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