This postcard shows the panoramic view of the Neva river in Russia. :)
This is the official Postcrossing card (US-828767) that I found in my mailbox today. It shows the Riverwalk in San Antonio, Texas. The description says: “Sparkling lights strung throughout the spectacular Riverwalk brings out the charm, romantic aroma and the festive spirit that is shared during the holiday season in San Antonio.“
And you wouldn’t believe how awesome the sender’s handwriting is! :)
So, today I got these two pretty postcards. :) One is from Canada, sent by my postcard pal Karen and is showing mountains and gardens surrounding Lake Louise, Canada. What I think is really cool about this postcard is that it’s “an official product under license from the Mounted Police Foundation” and every purchase supports their policing programs. [I copied this from the back of the postcard ;) ]
The second postcard is an official Postcrossing postcard and it came from Indonesia! I’ve never received a postcard from that country before so yay yay yay! :) It is showing Borobudur temple in Central Java, which is apparently the largest Budhist monument in the world. [I did the Wikipedia search on it so if you’re curious CHECK HERE ]. It looks quite impressive!
Well well, these two came in the mail two days ago! :)
First one is from the USA, showing Half Moon Lake, Minnesota. It’s an official Postcrossing card, and from what I could read – the sender, Sara, took the photo herself and got it printed as a postcard. ::likes a lot::
The second one is from my postcard pal Amy, showing different areas of university in Gottingen, Germany. It looks cool!!!
And people, seriously, how do you store your postcards??? I’m in desperate need for some good tips. :)