That’s Tianzhu Peak on the left, and as the caption on the back of the big card describes it, it is “one of the main peaks of Wudang Mount; elevation: 1612 meters.” The card came to me from Shanghai, China, thanks to a Postcrosing Forum “China to Any Country” tag trade. The sender asks me, “do you like Chinese food? I love spicy food most.” Scroll down & have a look at all the beautiful stamps that are on the back of this card!
The other two cards this time are regular Postcrossing incomings; the one with the face came to me from Minsk, Belarus. The sender tells me:
“I like to read, too. I prefer paper books. One day my friend recommended me to read some book I could not find it in the store. So I printed it and made binding. I liked to do it very much. Now, I do not buy books. I’m making it myself. 🙂 Usually I read the book faster than make it. :)”
Well, I have nothing nice to say about that.
Beautiful stamps, though, go down again & have a look!
The final card comes from Taipei, Taiwan, from a sender who writes in two languages:
“…summer is coming soon. Here we’ll eat watermelon, ice cream, cold noodles…etc.”
Sounds lovely, I want to go join her!