This is the official Postcrossing postcard (RU-1183336) that came from St. Petersburg, Russia. A really nice night view of the Palace Bridge, the spire of the Admirality and the dome of St Isaac’s. Cute stamps, too. I haven’t scanned them, but they are showing a rabbit, and a deer. :D
I really really like the colors on this official postcard from Russia!! It shows the Kriukov Canal and the St. Nicholas Naval Cathedral of the Epiphany, in St. Petersburg.
The second official postcard yesterday came from the USA and it is a print of a Hong Kong Comic called “Children’s Paradise”, from 1953.
Last postcard for today – it’s from my dear pal Anu. The postcard is showint the Crook o’Lune near Lancaster, and Lune Valley villages. The River Lune passes near all these places as it winds its way down from Kirkby Lonsdale to Lancaster. The Crook o’Lune is a popular viewpoint which was painted by JMW Turner.
And, there’s a recipe for Lancashire Nuts on the front side of the postcard. Maybe I’ll try them once! :)