I talked you about the lotterie I won last month. I was really happy because I won it twice: one at the german Forum, and the second at the spanish one.
Yesteday I showed the german ones. Here you are the spanish postcards:
Oh my dear friend,
I confess today. Yes, I was one of the obsessed people with that collection of GF… My first one was GF Germany. All of them received from origin. But then… it started to be a competition, to be a confrontation. With people demanding unfair swaps and ignoring to other people only for reasons of nationalities.
I decided to buy the rest and keep them unwritten. They are only excuses to visit some of the countries.
From Germany, 14th January 2015. Only 1 day travelling.
a new card from my group of Summer cards is here. On 25th August arrived it at home.
… from Spain, 30th August, 9 days travelling:
I enjoy a lot Saturdays. It is time to rest, to go for a walk and to breakfast in a nice terrace. And then you go back home and open your mailbox to find this beauty:
P.D.: The one from Spain is part of the “Summer cards project” that I told you once. The rest are sent through the official website of Postcrossing
Hello my friend,
two weeks ago I decided to write a card every day. I try to do my best always for sending the perfect postcard to each person. I hope they like them. These are the postcards sent from 15th August to 30th August:
15th August to Finland
16th August to Russia
17th August to Norway
18th August to Czech Republic
19th August to Australia
20th August to Australia
21st August to Australia
22nd August to UK
23rd August to Spain
24th August to Spain
25th August to Germany
26th August to Germany
27th August to USA
28th August to Lithuania
29th August to the Czech Republic
30th August to Spain
31st August to USA
I continue receiving postcards as Polaroids. On 17th August, after 20, 21 and 22 days travelling, I received this three cards from Spain. To complete my collection of Polaroids and traditions.
P.D.: the messages are reflections about the pass of the life and the holidays. Very nice all of them.
this year I took part in a group of people who enjoy sending postcards on holiday. We sent postcards on Christmas and we decided that this operation would be also nice in Summer. Why not? Sending postcards explaining our vacations. All participants are spanish and usually do not travel very far away.
Here the cards arrived on 10th and 11th August from Spain and USA. The strange situation is that the two cards from Spain were 28 days travelling and the one from USA only 11 days travelling.
P.D.: All of them show beautiful cities: Santander, Los Ángeles and Fromista (in the James’ Way).
I am here again with more stamps! As the last time, I show the stamps glued on the shown postcards until now. But I do not repeat the ones which have the same motifs.
Stamp with the Saxon Switzerland
Stamp of Dresden with the Elbe River
Stamp of the lighthouse Staberhuk, situated on the island of Fehmarn (Germany)
Stamp of the current king of Spain, Felipe VI
Stamp of gastronomic products, here Saffron from Castilla-La Mancha
My dear friend,
during two days in a row two postcards with the same format arrived at home. Postcards imitating Polaroid photos. Many editorials print this sort of cards and people like me are amazed with them.
10th August and 11th August, 15 and 16 days travelling, from Spain.
Both are photographies about the process of dressing of a bullfighter or torero.
Sent on 26th July, arrival on 5th August, from Spain, 11 days travelling. Here a view of the Alhambra (Granada, Spain), UNESCO site.
6th August, from Germany, 2 days travelling. Collection PolaCARD
P.D.: These spanish ones are made by Ediciones ASANGRE
Hey my friend!
Do you know this postcards? Postcards to be coloured by yourself =).
This one is made by www.colourtheworld.es. My postcard was travelling for 12 days from Granada (Spain), arriving on 10th August.
In total I have 5 postcards like this one, that I will be showing on my blog, with scenes of the city of Granada. Here you can see the Cathedral and Bib-Rambla square.
This one arrived before on 5th August, from Spain, after 10 days travelling. This is the Albaicín (UNESCO site).
P.D.: I have no time to colour it! I need help!