Today I received a fantastic card from Germany! It's Westerhever lighthouse, situated on the Eiderstedt peninsula on the North Sea coast. From each side of the lighthouse you can see former keepers' houses. And what an amazing sky colors! Thanks to Wilhelm for sending this card :)
This card is from Sibylle from Wien, Austria. I wonder where all these clock towers from - Wien maybe? or different cities and towns in Austria? There is something written in german on the card - probably an explanation, but I don't understand german :) Anyway, I like this multiview card and it's blue colors.
Holland is one of the countries I want to visit in the near future. And I love dutch postcards. From what I've seen they are really great. This card is from Marloes. You can see here a typical dutch things - bycicles, tulips, traditional cookies. And this one is from Marion. Fascinating card, I love the color of settinng sun and almost black shadowy windmill and the man on a bycicle. The composition is called "Going home" by the photographer Henk P. Drost
Big big thanks to Andrya from Great Britain for this special postcard! You can see here two pages of a scrapbook with different european theatre tickets from 19th century. Amazing, isn't it? Personally I often keep tickets from different shows, movies, concerts. I think it would be interesting to look at them 20-30-50 years later and see what have changed.
Switzerland is a very special country to me. Two of my favorite sportsmen - figure skater Stephane Lambiel (2 time world champion and 2006 Olympic silver medalist) and an amazing tennis player Roger Federer are from there. I started to learn french because of them - I wanted to understand numerous articles and interviews about Stephane and Roger in the Swiss press :) So you see, I have kind of emotional connection to this country and always happy to receive postcards from there. Thanks to Pamela for the postcard!
I'm in love with Montreal postcards. They are so beautiful! The first one is my absolute favorite - I love and miss autumn cause in Israel we don't have such a fall and seeing all these red and golden trees I feel a bit nostalgic. Thanks to Olivia for all the amazing postcards!