From Helsinki, Finland came a raven perched upon a limb of a colorfully back-lit tree. My postcard sender stated her love of the short warm summers of her land that gave way to magical nights of filled with the perfume of native flowers. Sometimes, a stranger seems to just knows you as if you were a long-lost friend… *The stamp was warm, lovely, and made me think of delicious apple cider! Continue reading A Raven In Spring
*Note: I don’t collect stamps but I received a postcard in an envelope AND this also came with it… Continue reading Oh… A stamp… Erm…
This gothic postcard featuring lovely floral themed stamps is still one of the more striking cards I received. It had the following poem on the back: As if there’s a big hole inside the body, which can never be filled. Why are there so many sorrows to mourn? Continue reading What a way to start July!
A panda themed postcard from China that arrived with an UNSECO stamp of Mt. Huang (Below). I have to say I am not huge into pandas but the stamps totally made the card worth it! Continue reading Pandas!
One of the more colorful postcards I have, this stunning one has a particular touch with the time personalization at the bottom. It was fantastic to envision the very well written note being wrote under that colorful dome. * The stamps were a wonderful accent to the card – just as bright! Continue reading A Moment in Beijing
Some people write small life stories on the back of simply designed picturesque postcards, others just write your address. Well, this card was basically signed “With warm greetings from India” in quite lovely script. Featuring the Syntheri rocks, a massive limestone rock formation in India, it appeals greatly to my inner rock (as in stone) collector. Continue reading Rocks From Karnataka, India