As usual, I’m behind in logging my sent cards, to the point where I can no longer identify everything correctly. Let’s knock some out now, starting with a few that I’m just sending out this very week, and then I’ll work my way back a bit. This still leaves more in the backlog. I’m afraid my blog is no longer completist, if it ever was. Let’s do this. Most of these cards went out in Postcrossing Forum tags.
Two cards from the Monterey Bay Aquarium: the two otters went off to Kita-ku, Kobe, Japan, and the exterior view is on its way to Tianjin, China.
I noticed I had zero traveling cards on Postcard United, & just one on Postcrossing, so I clicked on “send a card” on both of those services. The view of Hawaii’s Mauna Kea goes to Untermünkheim, Germany, to a brand-new Postcrosser (2 weeks in) who hasn’t even bothered to create a profile yet. I grabbed a card that would give me something to say (in short, love the Big Island of Hawaii; don’t care for snow, so only gaze up at it from the warm below).
The Matisse image is going to Hong Kong, to a VERY prolific Postcard Uniter: in less than 3 years on the site, she has somehow managed to send out 3,027 cards! Through some odd injustice, though, she has only received 2,228 cards to date.
More recycled cardboard: I like that I was able to provide the person I tagged in Niigata, Japan, with an entire word search (hewn from the back of a box of cereal).
Oh my gosh, this card–another one from the infamous (to me, at least) Disappointassortment. It went to Berlin, Germany–and it was actually on that Postcrosser’s wall of favorites!
I decided I needed to do what the producers of the card did not bother to: identify this clock tower. After some amount of web searching & comparing images, I came up with the determination that it is Old Town Hall in Prague, Czech Republic.
Last up is an envelope that I sent off to Zaandam, Netherlands. Just the envelope, because I can’t remember what card was inside. Well, I think I know what card was inside, because I don’t often get a request to send a card in an envelope–and I don’t always comply. But let’s focus on the envelope, which I made from an ad for…something. I think it’s for the butterflies at San Francisco’s Cal Academy of Sciences.
Okay, time for all of the stamps, stamps, stickers, washi tape, etc. What did you like this time around?