A fellow reader, Tolkien fan and heavy metal aficionado sent me this beautiful illustration from Ekaterinburg, Russia.
Lake Louise, a cowboy having a not-so-good time, a T-Rex skull and Canada’s fields of gold make up a pretty picture of Alberta, which is where this postcard came from.
This moose postcard came from Calgary, Canada, where moose are a common occurrence. I distinctly remember seeing a post on Facebook (from HuffingtonPost or something of the sort) titled “Moose on the loose”. And yes, the location of this conundrum was Calgary.
My first art postcard features a castle, Conway Castle, painted by Joseph Mallord William Turner, and came from Saerbeck, Germany.
A German postcrosser sent me this thoughtful postcard that makes me want to take a break from my daily stress and just go somewhere and sit in a field of flowers.
What a dream! This picture of paradise itself came from New Providence, Bahamas, along with some facts about this beautiful country. My favorite fact is that their national bird is the flamingo. Beat that!
I have one of these beauties on my windowsill. It’s wonderful to receive this postcard from its place of origin. This particular one is from the Sabah Agriculture Park in Malaysia.