This card was sent by my little niece Evy from Mount Horeb, Wisconsin. The small city outside of Madison is known for being the troll capital of the US and they nickname their main street the "Trollway."
This card, of the now famous unused British World War II poster is beautiful, especially with the Union Jack background. While the card would look like it would be from the Uk, it comes from Gent, Belgium!
This card of a Titan II missile was big, fast, and deadly. It weighed 15 tons, was 103 feet tall and carried a nine-megaton warhead with a top speed of 16,000 miles and a range of 6,000. Time to target was 30 minutes.
This card comes from my friend Neslihan on her trip back to the US and is also, I think, the first card I've posted from Michigan.
This card actually came from Oklahoma, not New Mexico. It is an awesome homage to classic travel posters. It also came with these old stamps featuring George M. Cohan (composer and performer), "Retarded Children Can Be Helped", and American Militia.
This card is a card sent from the UK but of a "Greetings From..." or "Postal Love" card for Poland. The user was originally from Poland but had moved to the UK with her fiancee.
The front of the card mentions things such as the number of postcrossers, population, highest mountain, that the Polish National Volleyball team won the World Championship in 2014, and a list of famous Poles including Chopin, Pope John Paul II, maria Curie, and Copernicus.
This photo is far smaller than this oversized postcard. Featuring a helicopter and a skier, this is one of the largest postcards I've received. However, this card comes from Greenland which is a SUPER RARE country. There are only 3 postcrossers from the country and they've only sent about 142 cards total!
Because this has been a fairly rare country, I learned from a friend to contact the board of tourism and sent a quick email to them explaining that I collect postcards from various countries and had asked if I could get one mail ed from the post office in Nuuk, Greenland.
Thanks very much to Elisabeth who mailed this card to me! Thank you Greenland Tourism!