Friday, May 8, 2009

Discovering America Winner

Hosted by "Vintage Postcard by Cpaphil"

I am still looking for unusual new postcards, when I came across this online. I'm sure many of you have heard of this contest, but this guy's picture won and became a postcard! How cool is that?


Marie, thank you for hosting again such a great meme!

Have a great FRIDAY everybody!


Sheila said...

It's a superb picture, so no surprise it won. I didn't know of the competition - a good idea.

Marie Reed said...

I'm ooohing and ahhhing over the premise of this contest! I was in the dark about it too! You find great stuff:) Happy PFF§

Mandala Michelle said...

Very cool. I'm trying to get one of my photos to be used as a postcard for my city. Great post!

Debby said...

Great postcard!

Sreisaat said...

Hello, Chandy...kumusta?
I didn't know such competition exists!

Enjoy your weekend.

Postcards Crossing

Candy said...

Nice American moment.
I have never been to this page of your site. Happy family photo!

This is my first post on PFF.
By way of Terry--Lady Liberty Patriot.

Have a fabulous Friday,

Robin said...

Great postcard....

Have a beautiful weekend.

Beth Niquette said...

How very cool! I didn't know there was such a contest. I love the symetrical beauty of his photo.

Terry said...

Happy Postcard Friendship Friday ,
I did not know about this contest.
The photo certainly made an excellent postcard.
thank you so much for sharing .
You have a real talent for finding great postcards!
Have a very Happy Mothers Day.

imajica said...

that's a great photo to be a postcard! I always always want to publish mine as postcards!

Happy PFF!

imajica is imajicated

Daryl said...

How very cool!

Chris Overstreet said...

Great idea! The postcard people get a great image without having to pay for a photographer or travel, and somebody wins cash! I like it.

Aimee said...

Great card! We are big baseball fans so I really like this one!

Postcardy said...

Looks like has low prices and low minimum quantity for anyone looking to have their own postcards made.