Let's start with a card from Francis in Portland , OR, USA . It's an aviation related card from Pearson Airpark. Pearson Airpark is one of the oldest operating airfields in the United States, dating back to a dirigible landing in 1905. The initial airplane flight from there was in 1911. The world's first non-stop transpolar flight landed at Pearson in June, 1937 after leaving Moscow, Russia 63 Hours and 16 minutes earlier.
Francis has a postcard blog called "the-geo-nerd" and you can have a look at it here . Don't let the blog name fool you, it's a good one.
My second card is from Cebu City, Philippines. The Heritage of Cebu Monument is shown on this card. The monument is located in the original Plaza Parain at Colon St. It is a monumental sculptural tableau showcasing the significant and symbolic events in the history of the city. It was constructed between 1997 and 2000.
Michael sent this card , after arriving in Cebu just 24 hours after typhoon Haiyan hit The Philippines back in November. The stamp is from a set of 10 issued in 2011 featuring Marine Life.
Like Francis, Michael also has a great blog about stamps and aerophilately. It's called "cddstamps on aircraft & aerophilately ". You can find it here .
This next card is a new addition to my Airlines on Postcards Collection. It was sent by Meelis from Saarburg, Germany. It gives a view of Frankfurt Airport at night. Lots of Lufthansa aircraft on this one.
Meelis used a couple of stamps featuring former Chancellors of Germany. On the left is Helmut Kohl, Chancellor from 1982-1998. On the right is Willy Brandt, Chancellor from 1969-1974.
Here's today's final card. It comes from France and shows some of the old parts of Nancy. The city is in the north-eastern part of the country and was formerly the capital of the Duchy of Lorraine. Notice the Cross of Lorraine on the facade of the large building near the center of the card.