I’ve noticed this particular postcard in the Postcrossing gallery and immediately loved it. Of course, I added it to my favorites. And not too long after that, I found it in my mailbox! My dear pal Ugne obviously looked through my favorites and had one on hand! It made me so happy!! <3
The picture is called “It’s a Maybe” and the author is Kristina Petrošiene. I believe she’s Lithuanian?! Correct me if I’m wrong. :) But it’s such a beautiful picture! <3
Thank you Ugne, I really appreciate it! :)
My pal Ugne sent me these two lovely postcards – they arrived just before Christmas! :) Lately we’ve been having major issues with our mail – even with completely correct addresses, our mail was disappearing! I don’t know if it was just bad luck or a gang of tiny evil postcard snatchers… but I’m happy something got through and hopefully we won’t be having any more troubles.
Anyway, here are the postcards – the black and white one, and a lovely Christmas card!
After a while, I remembered to update this blog. So something to begin with – a lovely postcard of Vilnius, Lithuania. It’s showing the Cathedral Square.
Thank you Ugne, you always send beautiful postcards! :)
PS – Notice the puffy clouds again! :)
So today I found this awesome postcard in my mailbox, from my pal Ugne. It’s from Vilnius, Lithuania. It’s one of those awesome folded kind of postcards with the panoramic view on the inside.
(the kind I cannot find here in Zagreb, haha)
Anyway, here’s the front side:
And here is what you see when you open it once:
And this is what you see when it’s fully opened. I had to take a photo of it (sorry for the low quality) because it didn’t fit into my scanner.
It’s really, really awesome!!! You know what else is awesome? Those fluffy clouds in the photos! <3
This first postcard comes from Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria, Australia. Quite a pretty view, I must say! :)
The second card is from my pal Ugne, showing an old mill. I’m trying to figure out whether it’s a photo made to look like a painting, or the actual painting… but I’m not 100% sure. I still like it!
This first postcard is coming from Wolverhampton, UK, from my pal Anu. Quite a cool card, I love the roof of the house in the picture. Also, that tower in the back? Awesome.
The second postcard is coming from Ugne, also a pal of mine from Lithuania. I like the colours in this postcard! :D
This first postcard comes from my pal Heather, who visited her family in Michigan over the holidays. This is a cool recipe card, I’ve seen postcards like this before but I think this is the first one I’ve received. No, wait, the second one – I have one with a cookies recipe from the UK from before. :D And the recipe here seems quite interesting. I wonder if you could use chicken, since it doesn’t really specify what kind of meat it has to be. ;)
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This second card comes from my new pal Ugne from Lithuania. Such a cool picture, it’s showing a place called Neringa. It’s actually a municipality in Lithuania, in the coastal area. Ugne mentioned I should Google “Nida”, which turned out to be a resort town on the Lithuanian coast. Such cool photos, those sandy beaches are amazing! :D
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I should also mention that I got the biggest postcard I’ve ever seen from O’Neal. The postcard is showing San Francisco skyline at night. Really a beautiful postcard, but unfortunately it doesn’t fit in my scanner so I can’t post a picture here. “Take a photo!”, you say!? I tried, but I’m not happy with how it turns out. Yeah yeah, that’s a photographer in me talking, never happy. :D