A new trio of cards in today:
The beautiful bird card (White-tailed Tropicbird, by John Audubon) came to me from Minnesota, U.S.A., in a swap-bot “art postcard” swap. The sender tells me she loves my toy photos, confirming her good taste. The back of the card is covered with an amazing collection of stamps:
Yes, all of the above on ONE postcard! Incredible. I’ve never seen most of those. Cool whale tape, too, though I am not really showing you most of it here!
The Girl with the Citrus Eyes comes to me from Netherlands via Postcrossing (5,516 miles, 7 days). The sender tells me the words on the front are a Shakespeare quote: “Better a witty fool than a foolish wit.” I fear I may be both. The stamp:
Finally, the food card comes from Belarus (also Postcrossing: 13 days; 5,863 miles). The sender writes only, “Many greetings from Belarus!” The rest of the card is covered with pre-printed text, in what I assume is the recipe for this mystery meal. Sadly, the Belarussian language has a different alphabet from my own, so I am at a loss to translate! I really like the stamp, though: