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Laguna Beach

Greetings from Laguna Beach, a jewel in the crown of the Orange County Coast

Season’s Greetings from Finland

Tunnelmallista Joulua (Atmospheric Christmas, according to Google Translate)
The card also lists how to say Merry Christmas from various countries/languages.  I hope I got the translations of the countries right!
Hyvaa Joulua (Merry Christmas) – Finnish
Joyeux Noel (Ranska) – French
Feliz Navidad (Espanja) – Spanish
Frohliche Wihnachten (Saksa) – German
Zalig Kerstfeest (Hollanti) – Dutch
Buon Natale (Italia) – Italian
Meri Kurisumasu (Japani) – Japanese
Feliz Natal (Portugali) – Portugese
Noeliniz Kutlu Olsun (Turkki) – Turkish
Vesele Vanoce (Tsekki) – Czech
Boldog Karacsonyt (Unkari)  – Hungarian
Hair Joule (Viro) – Estonian
Merry Christmas (Englanti) – English
Gold Jul (Ruotsi) – Swedish
Glaedelig Jul (Tanska) – Danish

Card Swap

 

I got these 2 cards from someone on postcardcafe in return for a few cards I had offered there. The top one is from La Crosse, Wisconsin – An aerial view of busy downtown La Crosse and its waterfront area on the Mississippi River.
The second card is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin – SAILING LAKE MICHIGAN
The beautiful waters of Lake Michigan provide endless hours of entertainment and beauty for boating enthusiasts.  Sailing has become an enjoyable pastime for many along Milwaukee’s shores

7 Wonders of Portugal

7 Maravilhas De Portugal (7 Wonders of Portugal)
Convento de Cristo (Convent of Christ)
The stamp on this card is the same as the photo of the card (and also has an additional stamp on it for additional postage)

Kettle Falls Bridge

Kettle Falls Bridge
The falls for which this bridge was named have been submerged beneath the waters impounded by Grand Coulee Dam

Saint Petersburg

Church of the Savior on the Blood
The sender of the card noted that it was +8 degrees C when they wrote the card on November 5, 2010.

Christmas Card from Lithuania

The purchase of this card has helped UNICEF support a child orphaned by AIDS. You too can make a diference by donating today. Visit www.unicef.org UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund, is an entirely voluntarily funded organization committed to using its 60 years experience to ensure every child’s right to health, education, equality and protection.
The interesting thing about this card is that it is not a postcard, but in fact a Christmas card, but was mailed as if it was a postcard in no envelope. It arrived safe and sound!

Christmas Greetings

A postcrossing card sent to me from Front Royal, VA. Ordered on Zazzle.com

Germany!

Taiwan

National Museum of Marine Biology
Long-snouted Spinner Dolphon