From Polona in Radomlje, Slovenia comes these terrific views of her country — not to mention a plethora of postage stamps. Based on these views, front and back, I’d have to say that Slovenia looks like a beautiful, interesting — and potentially dangerous — place. ┬áIs that snake poisonous?

If you’re interested in stamps, check out the Sunday Stamps meme at Viridian’s Postcard Blog. This week’s theme: anything goes!

8 Responses

  1. postcardy says:

    That’s a nice assortment of stamps. I don’t think the USPS would allow stamps on the left side of the postcard. If they do, that would be a good way to use some old low value stamps.

  2. Thanks for sharing your wonderful stamps today,i saw a snake in one of the stamp and it creeps me out. :)

  3. and did I mentioned, I so love your blog theme/’s very beautiful and neat!!!

  4. Ana says:

    I love it that the stamps are all over the card! Makes such a colourful background! I sometimes place stamps on the left side too, though it confuses the postal workers…but it is not forbidden.
    And I sent you a letter in February….but my sent mail to the US has been suffering some crisis ever since December, and lots of it has never reached its destination :( Seems the same happened with your letter as well…
    Yeah, life has gotten terribly busy, but you dont have to bribe me with train cards in order to write to you :P :P :P

    Have a great weekend Chris and will re-write the letter to you :)

  5. viridian says:

    I too have gotten two or three Slovenia postcards via Postcrossing. What a beautiful place – or so it looks on the postcards. thank you for joining us.

  6. I’ll over the moon if I’m the recipient of this postcard! The more stamps on it, the happier I get. The stamps are just colourful, I especially love the national costume stamp. I also want to say that I love your new blog theme :D

  7. Joy says:

    Wonderfully themed stamps to go with the postcard. Almost like walking out into the Slovenian countryside, obviously while keeping a wary eye open for vipers:-)

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