A few sites of local interest are on their way to Brian in England, who enjoys seeing the variety of local views:

First is this view of the Hershey Chocolate factory in Hershey, Pennsylvania. I always loved the shrubs cut to spell out “Hershey Cocoa” in front of the factory. It’s like a photosynthesizing caption.

The second card is a view of the Philadelphia Art Museum, site of a famous scene in the movie Rocky. When you drive into Philadelphia from Harrisburg, you can look across the Schuylkill River and get this beautiful view of the museum. It looks like an ancient temple perched up there.

I thought these were some of the more interesting cards to represent my “neck of the woods.” How would you represent your area in postcards?

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