Friday, September 30, 2011
Postcards via Walltype
I am really chuffed with this card I received from Haruki in Belgium. She also used two awesome stamps, one featuring penguins and the other Largo Winch, a Belgian comic book character who looks very James Bond and who I had never heard of. This must be remedied! This card was posted on the 21st so it traveled for 8 days (or maybe less since the post box wasn't cleared on the 27th or 28th) and 9320 kilometers or 5792 miles or 5033 nautical miles.
Isn't this beautiful? Annick in France bought this card when she was on holiday in Spain. It was also posted on the 21st but traveled 9176 kilometers or 5702 miles or 4955 nautical miles.
Kris B writes that she sent me this card because I like UNESCO sites and Lady Liberty is deemed such by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. I think she is also the greatest monument in the world and very inspiring. It was posted on the 20th and traveled 13298 kilometers or 8264 miles or 7180 nautical miles.
A self made card from Dini who took this photo of wooden shoes (Klompen in Dutch, clogs to the rest of us) in the region of Limburg. The artwork is amazing! It was posted on the 19th and traveled 9460 kilometers or 5879 miles or 5108 nautical miles
A lovely shaped card from Agniescka in Poland showing Ustron, a resort town about 70km from where she lives. I must say that the river scene looks very much like the Drakensburg so I think it is beautiful. This card was posted on the 19th and traveled 8943 kilometers or 5557 miles or 4829 nautical miles. Agniescka also used two lovely stamps and I am especially partial to the one that shows a house that belonged to Dwor w Janowcu k. Pulaw (I assume ^_~)