Index: Festival of Postcards
The Festival of Postcards was a collaborative effort by almost 100 family history bloggers and deltiologists who gathered together every few months to share postcards organized around a central theme. Due to lack of time, I’ve had to suspend the Festival temporarily but you can still visit the first 8 issues below.
the geography of our planet through images and cartography.
de-light-ful postcards featuring night-time views – artificial and natural – as well as
cards with a twist on the theme
dozens of postcards depicting a wide range of subject matter such as: buildings, Christmas, food, landscapes, people, snow, ice and water.
bloggers hare their serious, humourous and sometimes even bizarre images of man’s best – and not so best – friends!
water-related topics as: beaches, boats, bridges, lakes, oceans, oysters and water parks – as well as mermaids and the spot on the Nile River where Moses was purportedly found!
a great selection of postcards showing painted, wooden, metal and neon signs but others have worked with the idea of sign as symbol
Historical and modern Main Streets from around the world
the premiere issue – bicycles, boats, cars and trains as well as water wheels and oil derricks, and spinning wheels and amusement park rides.