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Sunday, January 24, 2010

A Festival of Postcards - The LIGHT Issue

A Festival of Postcards - The LIGHT Issue

The Festival Link
My postcard is the LIGHT at the little glass mountainside chapel, just west of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. It is a favorite tourist attraction. For us, it is where our oldest daughter had her wedding. That makes it extra special for us.



 Families are Forever!  ;-)

7 comments:

  1. How lovely. Thank you for such a treat.

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  2. Very pretty! Thank you for sharing.

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  3. I've seen pictures of this before, it is beautiful.

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  4. Bill--Beautiful postcard and wonderful memory to go with it. Thanks for the post. I need to keep searching for an appropriate card for the Festival this month.

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  5. This is absolutely gorgeous. Wish I could see it in person!

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  6. I can say I've been to the Thorncrown Chapel, and it's breathtaking. Should be in the top ten of everyone's list of destinations, along with Eureka Springs. Thanks for stirring a beautiful memory.

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  7. Hello!
    Hello Bill,
    Thank you for your second entry in the Festival.
    The Festival of Postcards (7th Ed.) Light was published earlier today, here:
    http://wp.me/pp92w-850
    Your entry is in the second to last section which includes religious and secular symbols of hope and belief.
    Evelyn in Montreal
    P.S. When you have a moment, I would appreciate it if you placed the shortlink in the body of your post to ease navigation for readers. Thanks!

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