Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Halloween & autumn Postcrossing arrivals

One of the best things about October is getting seasonally appropriate Postcrossing cards in the mailbox. That's especially true this year, because we don't have proper autumn here in Arizona, so it's nice to see pictures of colorful foliage from around the world. Here are a handful of the arrivals.

From Maria, a retired teacher in the Netherlands...
From Annu, who lives with his mother by a lake in Finland and loves birdwatching. "Sometimes we can see mooses swimming across the lake," Annu writes.
A postcard illustrated by Katya Dudnik and sent by Mariia in Ukraine, who calls this #pumpkinspice season...
From Sveta in Russia, who writes, "Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That's why it is called the present."
From Simone, a wedding photographer in the Netherlands...
Bonus photograph

During some walks around the neighborhood with my smartphone, I've been trying to put together a new photo gallery along the lines of American Autumn 2020. This snapshot turned out so well, I think it can stand alone. Happy Halloween!

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