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What the--?!? (Repetition & Proximity)

A slew of new swap-bot postcard assignments are coming my way today.  I’ve received most of them, and my eyebrows are raised.  One goes out to a user in Australia… 161 more words

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Prambanan Temple Compounds

Built in the 10th century, this is the largest temple compound dedicated to Shiva in Indonesia. Rising above the centre of the last of these concentric squares are three temples decorated with reliefs illustrating the epic of the… 138 more words

Unesco

Sent to Sontra, Germany

So, Germany has come up yet again in the Postcrossing draw.  In the VERY short amount of time I’ve been Postcross-Swapbotting, this is the fourth mailing going off in that direction! 86 more words

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Outgoing: Postcard to Germany

Sent: 31st of August, 2014
To: Ralf, Germany (via Postcrossing)

Ralf wished for a city view, preferably at night. I found this card and I hope he will like it as much as I do!

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Sent to Pskov, Russia

Another one of my initial batch of 5 Postcrossing cards has been received!

Now that 5 of my Postcrossing cards have reached their destination, (4 from my initial 5, and 1 from a subsequent mailing), I have been bumped up to being able to have 6 cards out at a time (from the 5 that are granted when one is just starting out). 65 more words

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Overview: Postcards in August

August has been a slow month for mail. Only four postcards arrived at my mailbox. Next to a pretty card from Suffolk County, UK, and a beautiful map of Vermont, there were also two UNESCO cards, both of which are new to my collection. 45 more words

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A station in the rain

I’m not sure what it is about this card that I love, but I love it! Perhaps it is the mood that it seems to capture with the conductor in his white gloves and bow-tie, the stylishly dressed people, the red umbrella and the wet reflections on the platform. 12 more words

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