You can't have it both ways

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© Marcus Hammerschmitt
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UploadedJanuary 14, 2010
TakenJanuary 7, 2010
MakePanasonic
ModelDMC-LX3
Exposure1/125 sec at f/2.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length6.3 mm
ISO80
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Q: It seems that there is a very narrow selection of images in VS. Why

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Public services in Germany (like snailmail, telecom, the railways) used to be reliable and affordable if somewhat bureaucratic and overregulated. Well, privatization and public sellout put an end to both over-regulation and reliability.

This, by the way, is the logo of German mail, enhanced by a red dot I don't know the purpose of.

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  • Catherine Hadler

    Catherine Hadler gave props (14 Jan 2010):

    it looks like a target to me, but the theory is that everything looks better in a circle

  • Giovanni Mannarà

    Giovanni Mannarà said (14 Jan 2010):

    If you look at the central area, made by three concentric circles, you can see the Royal air force logo.

    Could be a "price" that Germany had to pay after world war 2 (British have always been very proud about their mail service...).

  • Marcus Hammerschmitt

    Marcus Hammerschmitt   said (14 Jan 2010):

    What a nice idea, Giovanni. But no, I don't think German mail is paying a tribute to the RAF here. It's probably just some administrative marker, indicating how often the mail should be collected at this mailbox or something.

  • René Damen

    René Damen   gave props (14 Jan 2010):

    I think what it means: "Spread your legs and blow the horn" (please don't see it too seriously;-) great capture nevertheless

  • Will Floyd-Evans

    Will Floyd-Evans (Deleted) gave props (15 Jan 2010):

    That logo is supposed to be a posthorn, right?

  • Marcus Hammerschmitt

    Marcus Hammerschmitt   said (16 Jan 2010):

    Indeed, Will.

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