Best Wishes for Triumph!

This is an Official Postcrossing card from Taiwan! This is a postcard showing the Arc de Triomphe, or the Triumphal Arch of the Star, located in France’s capital – Paris! This is an arch that was constructed at the beginning of the 1800s as commissioned by Napoleon I to honor […]

“Foehn” a Friend!

Here’s a card from France! Shown is a view of the Southern Vosges, part of the Vosges Mountains of eastern France. The Vosges Mountains are known for their smooth, round peaks, which stand in contrast to what one might typically imagine when thinking of a mountain range. They’re pretty heavily […]

The World of Lali!

I’ve talked about a decent number of postcard series over this page: Inge Löök, Greetings From, Ever & Ein, etc… per request, I will now share about another type of card that’s been popular for a long time… Lali Riddle! I don’t believe I have any of my own to […]

My Very First Postcard!

So I’m having a bit of a postcard shortage right now as I haven’t been sending too many cards (and I know many haven’t as well). So, I’m sharing a few throwbacks from my FB page as well as any other topics that I get requests to do. Feel free […]


This is an Official Postcrossing card from France! What we’re looking at is a coastal view of the Brittany, a region on the western side of the nation. Brittany is probably best known for its history and Celtic tradition, and it’s been inhabited by man since a long long long […]

Just Sippin’ My Tea! (Or Coffee, I Dunno)

I received this Official Postcrossing card from France! This is an interesting black & white postcard series called “Douce France”, which features pictures taken by the Roger-Viollet photography agency, founded in 1938 by Hélène Roger-Viollet and husband Jean-Victor Fischer. This agency was renowned for its archives of over 150 years’ […]

Up Into the Mountains!

This is an Official Postcrossing card from France! This was a card that was made for the May meetup in Grenoble, a French city located in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region (that’s kind of in the southeastern part of the country). It is alternately known as the “Capital of the Alps” due […]