For a swap-bot “art-phabet” challenge. As my correspondent tells me, J is for “Jezus.”
Interesting stamp on that one…
There must be some story…
From Berlin, Germany:
Annually in Berlin, the sender tells me, there is a food & agricultural festival–and this card was procured there.
The person who sent this also tucked in a photo she took:
–because I’m a toy photographer, too!
Cool stamp, too. I am assuming this is NOT Tom Brokaw:
From New Zealand:
My correspondent tells me that this postcard comes from Scotland, where she has a cousin who sends her postcard calendars every year. Cool, huh? You can see the perforation at the top, where the card has been removed from the calendar.
–and its stamp:
The stamp, though, is not Scottish. The New Zealand postal authorities would certainly have none of that.
A card from Russia:
I like water. Do you like water? I like water.
I love these stamps, probably more than any others I’ve seen during this Postcrossing/swap-bot adventure. Of course, the fact that I favor them so much probably has to do with the fact that my memory is so horrible…
So cool. I think perhaps its the entire combination I love, more than any one specific stamp here.
And finally, Tennessee: