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4) US-6469951 This postcard shows human pictographs from Canyon de Chelly National Monument in Arizona. Description says that they’re done with natural ochers found in water seeps. Celestyn, who moved from Poland to the US, wrote that the American West is the place to be for nature lovers. She used beautiful stamps of apples (2016), a silver teapot (2017), a red bird (2018) and a Halloween stamp (2019). ❤

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3) US – 6469950 The Grand Canyon National Park is in my bucketlist, when we visit the US in the future. The postcard shows sunrise viewed from the South Rim near Yavapi Point. It looks magical! Electra used a stamp released in 2016. ❤

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2) US – 6469961 This postcard shows signs found at Seattle’s Pike Place Market. Coffee comes to mind, when I hear Seattle (Seattle’s Best — hint! hint!). Bryon wrote that Seattle is actually “the land of coffee addiction”. Sweden and Norway are also heavy coffee drinkers, especially black coffee. I also enjoy visiting cafes with girl friends. 😉 Stamps feature art works of American painter, sculptor and print-maker Ellsworth Kelly. ❤

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  1. US – 6466407 I’m spoiled, getting two cards from New Mexico! Sam sent a meet-up card from the 2nd Postcrossing meet-up in Ateneo Espanol last year (January 2019), and a card showing the Organ Mountains in New Mexico, a 32 million-year-old range famous for its needle-like spires. Stamps show some American coins, a “Celebrate” stamp released in 2015, and a cool Total Solar Eclipse stamp! ❤

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