Some Orange On Postcards

Sent by John (the UK)

St. James's Way
Sent by Laura (Spain)

Flaming June (detail), Frederic Leighton, 1895
Sent by Laura (the UK)

A selection of postcards for Maria's linky Postcards for the Weekend, today's theme being Sunrise/Sunset.

12 comments:

  1. Ooh, I love your take on the topic, and I especially love Flaming June. It's one of my favourite paintings, so it was wonderful to see it today. Thanks for posting it, and the others!

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    1. The painting is now in London. My friend saw it in person! I'm a bit jealous...

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  2. I fear my education is a bit lacking, as I'd not known of Flaming June ... until now. It is a beautiful painting.

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    1. Postcards are highly educative :)

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  3. A nice diverse choice, Leighton is enjoying quite a revival at the moment.

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    1. Is hi? I didn't know. Thanks for your comment, Joy!

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  4. Love that St James's way card! I watched a documentary series about it on TV a few years ago.

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    1. I walked some 300 km f the Way a long time ago. The postcard is great, I received it from Burgos, one of the beautiful cities that the Way crosses.

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  5. Hi Eva! Thanks for these stunningly beautiful postcards. It's always nice to see a different take on the topic :D I didn't know about Flaming June either like Violet! I get so much education from postcards.

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    1. Thanks, Maria. Postcards and stamps are perfect for education :)

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  6. Hi Eva, I especially enjoy your interpretation of the theme for this edition of Postcards for the Weekend. Orange is most often the color, indeed! It has been several days since my last visit to Mail Adventures and I see you have been quite busy. Going now to look at the other posts. Thank you, as always, for sharing.

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    1. Glad to see you around here, John,and thanks for your comment.

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