This incredible card was sent by a friend in Medan, and shows Laka Toba, a significant crater lake on the island of Sumatra. The stamps are gorgeous, and show the Cuscus, an arboreal marsupial, and the flowering tree Kandelia spp.
This lovely card comes from the seaside town of Hammamet, located on Cap Bon, Nabeul. With its famed beaches and jasmine, Hammamet is well-visited by tourists and Tunisians alike who enjoy their holidays in resorts along the coast.
This card comes from the Pacific coast of Panama,and shows a fishing village. Part of Colombia until 1903, Panama became independent with help from the U.S. The canal was finished in 1914, and shipping has been a mainstay of the economy, alongside banking.
This amazing card show a caravan of dromedary camels in the Sahara beyond the capital, Nouakchott. The domestication of this species by humans several thousand years ago is widely thought to have allowed expansion of human settlements into desert areas otherwise too forbidding.