I received a very nice print from Keith Pitman yesterday, but I guess the postal service didn't see it that way and thought it would be a good idea to fold it. Unfortunately, the fold broke both layers of the matting and the picture. Still a pretty nice picture though.
So placing a printed admonition "PHOTOGRAPH: Do Not Bend" on both sides of the package doesn't do any good, or does it insure that the Postal Service will bend the package? Next time I'll reinforce the package with a steel plate.