That's how big the smallest free-standing post office in America is.
I have driven by this little post office so many times on my way to and from Everglades City to go fishing. I had thought about photographing it many times, but could never really imagine an approach. Forget it, I thought, there are probably enough pictures of it already.
And then I built a pinhole camera, the "Un-Leica 67", as I like to call it. Finally, I had the right tool for what seemed like an impossible task of capturing the smallness and vintage of The Little Post Office That Could. It's been a post office since 1953, when the "real" post office burned to the ground. I think it was used as a storage shed before being commandeered by the USPS.
I think I will print this photo postcard-sized, and mail it to myself from that post office. Full circle.