Friday, February 11, 2011


Titled After the storm. Postmarked July 30, 1907, in Portsmouth, Ohio.  Sent to Mr. Harry Steahly, but there is no message.  What's up with that?

It looks much like this in the Midwest today - it's a gloomy evening.  I appreciate Beth's Valentine card, but I can't find one in my collection.

Thank you Beth for hosting Postcard Friendship Friday!

Remember: My new meme Sunday Stamps opens again late Saturday night.



Viridian

7 comments:

Joy said...

It looks wonderfully calm, pretty picture. Gloomy here too but no snow, thats due next week.

Christine H. said...

It is pretty though. Also gloomy here, but we're starting to see buds on the trees and I saw a daffodil in full bloom.

Aimee said...

Very pretty! But sent with no message?? Wonder why.

MuseSwings said...

Perhaps the sender decided to save some ink because the picture is worth a thousand words.

Tete said...

Happy PFF! Wonderful old postcard. What a wonderful place that was, but probably a lot better in the hot summer to dunk your toes in.
Tete

Sheila said...

I see there were still some leaves on the trees so I suppose it must have been a very early storm. But every cloud has a silver lining, and this one makes a lovely picture.

Funoldhag said...

That is a lovely picture - very tranquil. What a nice view that would be to see from a window.

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