After a brief gap in my card delivery, I finally received a few cards for your perusal. Let me know what you think of them!
The first card today comes from Spain. The card itself isn't remarkable, in fact I believe that it is an ad card, but the envelope is rather interesting. (Personally, I have asked that people not use envelopes for my postcrossing postcards, but this person ignored that.)
The stamps are rather nice on this one.
This very cool card came from the Netherlands, from the city of Deventer. Marga wrote that she really likes The Adjustment Bureau.
|Quint Buchholz "Auf Dem Weg Zu Den Büchern" (On the Way, Open Book)|
|Tsarskoye Selo. View of the Catherine Palace and the regular park.|
This card comes all the way from Russia. Ekaterina sent it from near Saint Petersburg. She writes that near her city there are beautiful palaces with gorgeous parks.
Juho from Porvoo in Finland sent me this card with his warm greetings. He writes that summer is here and that the day he sent the card was a beautiful sunny summer Friday. He is a retired grandfather and that Porvoo is a small old and nice town in South Finland. I'm so happy to have a card where the person tells me about himself! It's lovely.
Well, that's it. Four cards from Europe. I wonder what I'll find in my mailbox tomorrow. Bye!