Four days without mail (though today is understandable). I pulled down another postcard from my display that I haven’t yet shared. This is an official postcrossing card from Russia, but not just anywhere in Russia:
This postcard comes from Tomsk, Siberia, winning the award for most exotic place origin of a received postcard (so far). The card shows the Perya (or Feathers) crag. There’s not much of a sense of scale, but since it appears to be taller than the surrounding trees, I’m guessing that it’s a big, snowy rock. A really big, snowy rock. In Siberia.