Friday, May 21, 2010


C-H-I-C-K-E-N, that's the way you spell chicken!
Via postcrossing, ID# US-687864

Shawnee National Forest - Lusk Creek Wilderness Area

Beautiful view in the Lusk Creek Wilderness Area, in Southern Illinois
via swap-bot: Rainy Day Postcard Swap thanks to lotetree

Santa Barbara

Background photo is the Mission Santa Barbara and the two front photos are views of the Historic Courthouse.
Via swap-bot: Quick Postcard Swap, thanks to DeborahGarcia


Church of the Kazan Mother of God
via postcrossing, ID# RU-144199

Masao Shimojima Collection

"The Military Use Rubber Boots - Endurance Guaranteed", early 20thC
Vis postcrossing...the ID number on this card was incorrect, but I got it from within the USA. If this is your card, and you're waiting on me to register it, I need a correct ID number. Postcrossing couldn't find the ID I was supposed to have.

Universal Studios Theme Park

With an incredible array of rides, shows, movie sets and attractions, Universal Studios is the No. 1 Movie Studio and Theme Park in the World. Universal Studios is the only place on Earth where you can Ride the Movies!
Via swap-bot: Places and Locations Swap

Columbia River Gorge

Beautiful Columbia River Gorge dividing Oregon and Washington.

Via postcrossing, ID# US-692269

Boston, Massachusetts

via swap-bot: Places & Locations Swap

Alexander Fleming

Via swap-bot: Rainy Day Postcard swap, thanks to blubrrymffin


Via postcrossing, ID# NL-344292

Nelly Custis Bedroom

Nelly Custis, Martha Washington's granddaughter, was raised at Mount Vernon by the Washingtons, and she and her husband also lived at Mount Vernon during the first two years of their marriage. The crib was given to Nelly by Martha Washington, for Nelly's first child, who was born at Mount Vernon in 1799.Via swap-bot: Quotecard Postcard #36, thanks to warholastoria (The world is too dangerous for anything but the truth and too small for anything but love. William Sloane Coffin)


Via swap-bot: I want to get rid of this card, thanks to young46356

Hong Kong, 1970's

Via swap-bot: I want to get rid of this card, from frogglin

The Legend of the Sand Dollar

Via postcrossing, ID# US-697791

English Country Doors

via postcrossing, ID# GB-139581

Saturday, May 8, 2010


Molen "De Berg"
via postcrossing, ID# NL-325749

Evora, Portugal

S. Francisco Royal Church/Bones Chapel
via postcrossing, ID# PT-118292

New York

The Statue of Liberty, unveiled in 1886, stands 300 feet tall on Bedloe's Island in New York Harbor welcoming visitors to the United States and overlooking the skyscrapers of Manhattan in the background.
via postcrossing, ID# US-667865


Swissotel, 1989
Architects: Harry Weese and Associates

via postcrossing, ID# US-672003

Fryslan, Holland

via postcrossing, ID# NL-330864

Earlham College

Richmond, Indiana
Founded in 1847
Tyler Hall, Lilly Library, Carpenter Hall, Dennis Hall and Noyes Hall.
via postcrossing, ID# US-675920


via postcrossing, ID# PT-120069

Donald Evans


Tercentenary of the island mountain of the deaf 1665-1965.
via postcrossing, ID# US-679809


This covered bridge is located in Mohican State Park, Ashland County.
Via postcardcafe, from victorian17

Taiwan Funf for Children and Families

via postcrossing, ID# TW-145041

Steamboat Willie

Walt Disney once said that Mickey was "created for the purposes of laughter." From the moment Walt first imagines him, Mickey has been a happy reminder that a little laughter goes a long way, it's hard to imagine the world without his familiar smile.

via postcrossing, ID# US-682930