From Athens, Troy and 2 Brits plus a ZALOP! Nothing from Greece!

Mail art in the mail box today came from Athens and Troy...but not from Greece ;-)

No. 47 of 365 from Naomi came from a gal born in Athens...(Ohio) And it is a great Olympic theme with

postal history stamps. Thank you, Naomi! Also in the mail box was a card from Liz Zois from Troy (NY),

part of her pollinator series...tis a beauty-of-a-bug! Thank you, Elizabeth!

Then there were the great cards from the Brits, too:

A fabulous asemic abstract haptic mail art from Laurence in London. His reverse side with leaf

reveals the "transience and mutability of things"...amazing art. Thank you, Laurence!

And, he's a Brit, though living in sunny France, and sending great postal history and a

ticket for the  Darlington futball (soccer) match! Hens and cocks, too. Thanks, Val!

Of course, a GOOD Mail Art Day would not be complete without a "ZALOP"!

and a bit of "Paranormal' Mail art, "Anomaly" from Eduardo in Portugal (not Italy)

Teleferico Terrific! Thank you, Eduardo! (Who lives in PORTUGAL, not Italy!)

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