Thursday, September 22, 2016

It's Fall Again

From John's old postcard collection ...

Today's old postcard is one of a series of images copyrighted by S S Porter in 1906, featuring the change of seasons. The Autumn season begins today, September 22nd, at 7:21 AM PDT. The message we added to the back is all virtual, the card itself is still unused. We have featured this card on previous Autumnal equinoxes. The more things change, the more they stay the same, as someone once said.

All you want to know, and perhaps more, about the September Equinox, thanks to is here. Enjoy!

Wishing you and yours a fine Fall season.


  1. Hello John, nice postcard. Happy Autumn to you!

    Enjoy your day and the weekend ahead!

  2. We have feels-like weather of 99degrees today. Are you sure it's fall?

  3. That is an interesting one! Love it.

  4. Enjoy this season my friend.Each season brings with it its own kind of beauty.

  5. Fall is my favorite season. Being a farm boy harvesting is still in my head.

  6. I love it, John, especially your virtual message about the Summer of '16. Best to you and I hope we have a memorable fall season. :-)

  7. looks nice ,have a beautiful fall

  8. That's so cute.
    Have I asked you how you started the collection yet? I'm curious.

    Love autumn! I think I love it more than I love summer. :)
    What's your favorite season, John?

  9. Hi John! Wow! I'm happy to see you're blogging again too. I'm also back to blogging myself but I usually just blog on weekends. Perhaps you might want to join a linky party I started just last month? It would be great if you could. The details are here:


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