I think this is a pretty amazing postcard. It shows an unusual view of The Great Wall of China. The actual wall stretches more than 3,800 miles! The actual spot is the Jia Yu Fort, which is the westernmost part of the wall in the Central Asian desert (Gansu Province). It is also on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
I'm very fortunate as a Postcrosser living in China was interested in swapping cards of Nebraska for cards in China. I'm still thrilled at getting such beautiful and interesting postcards in my mailbox and excited when I find someone who wants to swap cards of my area. It's such a cool way to get a peek at places I am probably not likely to ever see in person (though I should never say never, right?).
The stamps are gorgeous as well. I especially like the two birds sitting on a branch.
I'm sure I've mentioned it before, but if you happen across this blog and are interested in swapping a postcard or two, I am always happy to swap. Just leave me a comment or send an email.