This straight inclined roofs are commonly seen in “old dwellings” in China. I say old because in urban places, old dwellings were converted into places of tall buildings to accommodate the population. But still when you see one of these, you can still feel the wamth of traditional dwellings.
The greetings read:
Hi! Nice to meet you! I’m from Zhejiang, China. And I believe in the word of the fate. So I am very glad that I can write you. 🙂 (with smiley) Happy Postcossing! — Dayue / October 31, 2017
So this card has been mailed quite a long time already and I received it just few days ago. Quite a long time, but I am glad it has arrived.
The stamp used is a building with the Great Wall at the background. I still I cannot decide if this is a definitive stamp or a commemorative one.
This is one of the first cards I received from China this year 2018. But in reality, this card will still be included in the 2017 card received census since this was sent in 2017.
It’s a Japanese inspired designed cat. I love cats so I love this card.
The greetings read:
Greetings from China! This is a cute cat. And I hope you love it! Happy Postcrossing! All Happy — Songzhe
The stamps used are also cute. I like the warmness exude by its color.
Last week, my card to Japan arrived and the receiver was so glad to have it.
Today i got a notice that the card for Todd in the States arrived and i can now expect a thank you card from him.
I will check the post office this Friday.
I got the following cards through private swap. I thank the senders for approving my request for a swap.
Water Towers of Kuwait
Bus Station in Pavlodar, Kazahkstan
A private swap. I have waited for this card for more than a month. The person whome i addressed my cards to was on vacation for 3 weeks. Am glad she is back now and i can’t wait to receive more cards soon.
I got two postcards this week.
City of Prague.
Prague reminds me of a place to earn a TESOL. 🙂
Here’s a nature shot of Baltic Sea –
I love postcrossing!
I can now click again!
I got my new camera the other day. It was a 24 hours transaction with this guy – http://www.tipidpc.com/useritems.php?username=dbgadgets . I was so happy of the smooth and successful transaction.
After the battery was charge, i took out my unscanned postcrossing postcards and have a shoot at them. So here they are:
The Altai Mountains
Bad Marienberg, Westwerwald
Suspending Temple, Shanxi
San Prieto, Rome
More postcards later.
These postcards are all sent by postcrossers.
I guess i failed to post here the 9 cards i received two weeks ago. I just thought about it because i got 2 cards today.
How i wish i can show you all these 11 cards now. I still I will try to find means to borrow a scanner and have these cards scanned.
The 9 cards that i got hold of at the same day are from the following countries:
Siberia (Altai Mountains)
Finland (Soft House Tales)
Netherlands (Holland Images – Tulips)
Germany (Westerwald) — a direct swap
China (Suspending Temple, Xanxi)
Russia (St. Petersburg)
Norway (Sognefjorden – west norway)
The cards i received today:
USA (Garden Grove, Orange County, California)
Russia (national greeting card)