Sunday, August 14, 2011

These are the most interesting sights of Tallinn, Estonia.

My amazing friend sent me a postcard from her holidays. It shows the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol, UK, which spans the Avon Gorge and was completed in 1864. It was designed by a Victorian engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

From Australia (I've been blessed with lots of awesome Australian cards through the Postcrowwing website) comes this very cool fairy postcard. Thank you!

Ah, I love sailing boats. These come from Finland.

This is Zierik in Zeeland in the Netherlands.

Oh, what a beautiful lighthouse!

Wow! It's amazing how large the post of Rotterdam is, isn't it? Apparently, it's the largest one in the world.

Be jealous of my awesome Lord of the Rings postcard!

This is the Lelantina. I absolutely love this postcard since I sailed on a very similar ship today.

Look! It's the stunning lighthouse Porer in Croatia. I'm still fascinated by it, it almost takes up the whole island!

This beautiful fabric can be found at the Kidane Mehret (Covenant of Mercy) Festival in Ethiopia.

Beautiful! This is the Meki River in Ethiopia.

Just look at how endless it is. This is lake Chalbi in Ethiopia.

This is the White Desert in Egypt. I wonder what those hills are...

I love panoramic postcards! This one shows Mount Egmont in the Taranaki countryside on New Zealand's North Island.

Oh, look, a bumblebee on a beautiful purple flower!

The castle "Jindrichuv Hradec" in the Czech Republic dates from the 13th and 16th century.

This is Riber Castle in the United Kingdom.

This card shows Castleton in the Gem of the Peak Destrict.

Isn't it beautiful? This is Geghard Monastery in Armenia.