Another official swap came again.
The picture above shows us a birds-eye-view of New York City at night in the 1930’s. Wow, it’s cool, love it 🙂
Thanks for your card Elizabeth 🙂
Thanks for postcrossing… I just know that somewhere out there in Finland, there is a city called Tampere.
Also thanks to Mari who informed me that Tampere is Finland’s third biggest city.
In the picture above, we can see The Orthodox Church. It was built in 1896 – 1899.
Hope someday I could be there, aamiin…
Please tell me, what do you think about this postcard picture ?
Cold. Yes, i can imagine how cold is the situation on the picture 🙂
It is The Samara Academic Theatre of Maxim Gorky, designed by architect M.N. Chichagoy during 1886 – 1888. Then reconstructed by architects Y.I. Musatof, V.F. Gorelikhin and V.A. Golosov in 1967.
This card is from Alevtina, my new postcard friend from Samara Russia. Based on her handwriting, Samara is populated by almost one million people. It’s famous as a second capital during World War II.
I like how she wrote her message though I have to work hard to read it. It’s so little 😉
But take a lok of her stamps and sticker, it’s so precious. Thanks for your very beautiful card, dear Alevtina.
As newbie in Postcrossing, it’s so amazing when I got my first direct swap. You know, digging in postcrossing data, search for people who say “yes” for direct swap, offer swap to them, wait for the card, and tadaaaa…
Isn’t it beautiful? 😉
The message from Raluca is very nice. I like her handwriting so much. She must be a very kind person.
Can’t wait to have more card from her 🙂
It’s so amazing that I can get this kind of postcard. Recipe cards, with really recipe on their back side.
Kindly take a look at them, I bet you’ll like them 😉
Recipe of Lalap Sambel Terasi
(Sundanesse Vegetables with Shrimp Paste Chili Relish)
Recipe of Sambel Bajak (Multi Chili Relish)
Recipe of Setup Nanas & Jambu (Poached Pineapple & Water Apple)
All those above cards already gone. I have new cards below :
Do you like them? Kindly comment and I’ll contact you personally by email, thanks 🙂
Ahaa…this is the first time I received postcard plus something attached on it (postcard and the gift were in an envelope)
This card came from Husna (Yogyakarta). I like her second card very much, which showed traditional market of Indonesia.
This is it… a blink blink brooche, handmade by Husna herself. Thank you very much, Sista… Luv your gift, luv you too 🙂