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On letters and postcrossing

When I was little I was envious of my sister for having several pen pals. She would come home with letters and read through pages of blue penned hand writing, and then save them all in a big box (which was off limits, of course). 409 more words


Postcard: The Big Tusker

There are few things more magnificent than a Big Tusker. Regal. Majestic. Formidable. These are all words that came to mind when I saw this amazing elephant in Amboseli. 212 more words


Postcard Project - Collages

I was struggling to come up with ideas for the postcard project so to spark some inspiration, I attacked my magazine stash with a pair of scissors. 112 more words

Monastery of Geghard and the Upper Azat Valley

The monastery of Geghard contains a number of churches and tombs, most of them cut into the rock, which illustrate the very peak of… 163 more words


Carhampton, Rodhuish and Blue Anchor at War

As its contribution to the commemoration of the First World War a group of Carhampton villagers has published a poignantly illustrated 32-page booklet which focuses upon the local impact of the events of 1914-18 and the contribution made by the people of the parish. 425 more words

Sent to Thornlie, Australia

Here is the fifth of today’s 5-partner “sender’s choice” postcard assignment from swap-bot.  As I mentioned earlier, one of my partners had already been assigned to me for a swap just days ago.   60 more words