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4th October 2014 – Jill Hamill

“Each Fall the Osage Orange tree succumbs to the demands of gravity and allows it seed to drop upon the lanes and hallowed lawns of Vanderbilt University. 245 more words


The Personal Challenge: Day 4

A sentimental possession and the story behind it

My wall of adventure:

It all started because I have a serious hoarder problem in terms of various paper trails from my travels. 143 more words


Postcard tourism 2

I had the most wonderful holiday last week, first visiting a friend living in Antwerp (greetings to you dearest M!), looking around in Amsterdam on the way to Antwerp and back and then spending a long weekend in freeform crochet camp. 277 more words


Postcards That Intrigue Me #5: Bison With an Amazing Head of Hair

Living and Elk Island National Park, I see a lot of bison on a daily basis. I am very familiar with how they look, move, sound, and smell. 216 more words

History and Me

Armenians being Marched by Turkish soldiers near Van 1915

Postcard from Yerevan

I stumbled on the rocky ground but managed to grab hold of the piping rail and pull myself up the grid iron steps to the rear landing of the carriage, just as the train picked up speed.   1,645 more words


Upon Reflection: Today's Sunrise

Reflection off the sunroof

James F. Ross




After thinking about this brief, I am thinking of doing both my postcards very separately. The font I have been allocated is Arial. I will also look up a very old book and do thorough research on its history (same with my font) and the typography and designs used to help me produce postcards for both. 54 more words

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