Looking like something out of a children’s story book, this postcard came from Krasnodar, Russia, from a 11-year old boy. That makes it extra special to me. I love receiving postcards from kids a bit more – it makes me so happy that there are children out there who don’t outright dismiss snail mail and the joy of writing with a pen on paper.
Can you believe it took 86 days for this adorable piece to make it to my inbox from Hong Kong? I know it’s far, but… wow.
This beautiful bird flew in from St Petersburg, Russia.
How lovely that I got a Panda postcard from China! I’ve never seen one in real life, I’d love to.
The Russian postcrosser who sent me this beautiful painting of one of the most renowned theaters in the world, the Balșoi in Moscow, dreams to attend The Nutcracker here. Now so do I.
This painting by Domenico Quaglio ii came from around Hamburg, Germany, and depicts the picturesque medieval castle of Eltz in Wierschem.
These jewels are specific to the northern Luzon ethnic groups in the Philippines. They are worn by men and denote headhunter status. The jagged form is cut from the skull of a scarlet hornbill. This is the most interesting postcard I’ve received so far, and the first jewelry related one.