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Sent to Japan & Singapore

Two outgoing through Postcrossing.  Well, not through official Postcrossing-Postcrossing, but through the Postcrossing forum!

For months after I joined Postcrossing–and until quite recently–I never even clicked on the forums.   298 more words

Galata Bridge

Galip Dede Cad. No: 85 Galata/Beyoğlu-İstanbul

Published by World House Hostel

Postmarked 15th December 2014, from Andrew, visiting Turkey


Bench series #13

For the month of March I’m looking for Wooden benches

If you would like to join in with the Bench photo challenge then please take a look at my… 244 more words


Postcards from Science: Studying Terrestrial Gamma Ray Flashes from Ishikawa, Japan

Today’s blog post marks the beginning of a series called ‘Postcards from Science’ which features science conducted by UCSC researchers in other parts of the world. 1,468 more words


A Postcard for the Lonely

Versions of Solitaire

The solitude we seek
grows wild, between
thorny words and amongst
steep hills. It wears
the promise of home
on its sleeve… 37 more words


The Beach (Part 4)

There’s some questionable public art around nowadays but these wrought iron seaside postcards on Redcar’s seafront make me smile. They’re fun and colourful, nostalgic yet optimistic, tell stories of the town and just seem right for the setting. 31 more words


Hyde Park demonstration

Front text:

Hyde Park Demonstration, Sunday June 21 1908.

Mrs Pankhurst, Mrs Wostenholme Elmy.

The demonstration in Hyde Park on 21 June 1908 (‘Women’s Sunday’) was the first major event in support of women’s suffrage. 169 more words